Gregg Seaholm was so happy with the '38 Ford Woodie that Hi-Speed restored for him that he went out and purchased this '39. The plan for this car was very similar to the other with the exception of adding new paint. A small block Chevy crate engine with auto transmission was dropped between the stock frame rails. The front end was updated with a Heidt's independent suspension and Wilwood disc brakes while the rear was fit with a a 8-inch Ford. After much debate Gregg decided on Hugger Orange for the body color and a brown/tan combo for the interior. One of the unique features of this '39 are the two suitcases in the back cargo area. They are permanently mounted to the floor and one contains the amp and sub woofer for the stereo system while the other has a pump and reservoir bottle to squirt water on the tires for smokey burnouts. The car was completed just in time to make its debut at the Viva Las Vegas show in early April.