A 1934 Ford chop-top coupe, sort of. This project went well until it didn't. For one, I learned that my 1/4” forstner bit makes a bigger hole than my 1/4” drill bit (both employed on a drill press). The forstner bit did something I've ever seen before – it pushed a segment of grain out of place (see photo of the front end). Didn't pay attention and used a segment of 2×4 that has a runny sap deposit in it. May have to apply aerosol shellac and just keep this one as a demo. Mostly pine of course, with walnut wheels and oak axles.