While searching for replacement parts for Project FearleSS ’68 we came across a unique part that we figured we could use to test our readers’ knowledge and see if they know what it is.

If you know what this part is then go ahead and email your answer to us at lowrider@sourceinterlink.com with the subject line “Project FearleSS Mystery Part” for a chance to win a 2014 Super Show hoodie and t-shirt from Lowrider Clothing. Don’t delay, contest ends at midnight on November 1st 2014.

While we’re on the subject of Project FearleSS check out these photos detailing what’s we’ve done so far. Please excuse our mess. Project FearleSS is still a work in progress and as we all know, building cars can be a bit messy sometimes.

After the body of Project FearleSS was prepped by the guys over at House of Pain it was taken to Axalta’s tech center where it was given a two-stage paintjob. Once FearleSS was done in the paint booth it was taken to Meguiar’s where it was color sanded and polished.

Replacement trim pieces and garnishes like this fender badge are available at Classic Industries.

Inside FearleSS a new steering column from ididit was installed along with a new gauge cluster from Dakota Digital. To make sure those riding in FearleSS would enjoy a quiet and comfortable ride Dynamat Xtreme sound deadening material and Dynaliner thermal insulation was installed.

Underneath the hood a Chevrolet Performance LS3 was dropped in place. Right now we’re still in the process of connecting the LS3 to AIRAID intake system and the radiator from U.S. Radiator.

Here are some pictures of Dave Engle of Engle Bros. Fabrication fabricating up some custom radiator hoses for our radiator using our handy Miller Electric Diversion 180 TIG welder.