The mechanic who rebuilt this 1952 Chevy 5 window for me, says that I am his first and only ever woman customer. He affectionately called this truck "The Tetanus Project", when I first hauled her to him. Now I call her "Tina" which is short for Patina. I told my mechanic I wanted her to LOOK like she should be broken down on the side of the road, but to be passing people on the highway going 90mph. And that's what we do because she has a 350 small block engine, fuel injected so she starts right up. She has a Mustang II front end and a Mustang rear end. Power Steering, Lokar shifter which looks like a manual shifter but she's automatic. Heated seats, air conditioner, Vintage look radio/CD player, and a natural patina created by time and Mother Nature.