This one is a beauty. The photos do not do it justice - the wood has a gold-flack shimmer to it that cannot be captured in a still photo.
Carrying on the tradition of using recycled wood, the top, back/sides, and neck of this one is made from an old mahogany door frame I picked up for a couple of bucks at the ReBuilding Center (http://rebuildingcenter.org/).
Like the previous guitar, it has a shorter scale (24", IIRC), a pin-less bridge, and a hardwood/graphite composite core instead of a truss rod. Since there is no truss rod, I was able to make a thick finger board yet keep the neck very thin. The finger board (purple heart) is strong enough to float out above the sound board.
Both the top and back are 20' radius, which creates a significant drop towards the neck. I used an electric-guitar style neck mount with a cut-away, and sanded down the corner of the body to make it especially comfortable to reach the high notes (see photo to get the idea).
Fingerboard and bridge are purple heart (left-over scraps from a friend), sound board bracing is douglas fir (my favorite home depot 2x4), otherwise everything is mahogany.
Now owned by the Arrizon family.