Just came across this Crosley-based Hmod for sale in Birmingham Alabama for $800. It's rough, but complete, and at that price you pretty much can't lose.
I don't recognize the body, so it could be a one-off homebuilt, or a heavily modified version of one of the familiar fiberglass-body kits like Glasspar or Almquist. It's claimed to be 61 years old which would mean that it was built in 1959- from the styling that date seems about right.
It's not pretty at the moment, but with some imagination and a lotta elbow grease this could be a real showstopper. If it was closer I'd have already driven out to take a look. Seller's number is 2O5 54O 7556.
I spend somewhere near 40% of my waking hours obsessing over old cars. Usually, this obsessing revolves around an improbable American micro car from the midcentury period-- the Crosley. My fascination began with a quest to strip down my life by driving the world's simplest car.
Turns out that nothing is as simple as it seems.