Here's the story: Some time ago... actually a very long time ago, I started to scratchbuild my first vehicle - a Ford Model T. I found some drawings and I started to make the parts out of cerealboard, staples and modeling clay, however... As a part of my art history course I had to make a "realistic" sculpture depicting one of society's ills, and the deadline was dangerously close. Having a half-built rod on my hands, I decided to put it to good use and put the hoodless vehicle in a tragic DUI tableau, here are the results: A tragic scene, I know, but that was the purpose of the assignment. Everything in therein is scratchbuilt and squeezed into a 3 1/2 inch foam square. When I turned it in I gave the teacher a magnifying glass for an appropriate appraisal and I got an A. The bad thing now is that mother displays it and she won't let me rebuild the dang car.