I have had a supro guitar fetish. I think the deco shape is great. I picked up an airline town and country body (sort of like you drew) a few months ago on ebay. It has yucky paint on it but looks pretty undisturbed otherwise.
Let me know if you need any specs. I also have a nice dual tone, the 335 style one, and the airline amp in case set up too. I did make a " cool tone" for a buddy of mine which he loves. For myself, I got started on one dual tone body in alder and that got shelved when my attention switched to something else.
I also had to have one of the new airline resoglas ones when they were on sale.
Too many guitars... so little time....so much heat outside these days....
My goal is to at least try many of the guitars I remember seeing through the music store window, and never ever could own as a kid. I've tried the supros, have had some Kays, Hagstroms, and now....I'm even interested in trying a couple Teiscos...just because.
I hate to say it, but the Gibson and Fenders aren't for me as interesting anymore since I've had quite a few of them and they are just too expensive to invest in on my income, even temporarily.
What's good about all of this fooling around is you find what is important to having a good playing guitar. Good quality tuners, neck,bridge, and electronics seem pretty essential. Body wood and pickups...not as much for playability.