Last week I took delivery of a 1936 Buick coupe in serious need of structural wood.
Ironically a few days later local gentleman came by to purchase some parts for his 1946 Ford.
During our visit he took note of the Buick, and mentioned that he owned a 1936 Cadillac in need of wood repair.
Now I am tasked with replacement of the wood in both cars.
In typical GM style. the bodies have subtle differences in both metalwork and wood.
Thankfully, together they provide sufficient details about the original construction processes making wood replacement possible
If someone reading this happens to have a wood framed general motors coupe and is in need of replacement wood, send me a P.M.
This is a job that may only happen once.