Well guys, I thought Id get some opinions out there on what to do with this. I went to a auction the other day and ended up with this 1922 Maxwell coupe. Its a rolling chassis, engine looks complete, but has no crankshaft or pistons. It looks like some one mocked the engine up, with manifolds and distributor, head, etc, but no crankshaft or rods or pistons. Head is on it but nuts are loose. Front suspension intact, and transmission there, but no driveshaft. It has the origional rear body tub sitting on it but not bolted on The doors, cowl, hood, radiator shell and an extra hood were also bought, sitting on a pallet away from the car. It looks like a roadster. I did get some of the wood framing, and side window frames. I found a picture of a 22 Maxwell coupe, and this is it. The engine has 1922 cast in the side. The frame looks very good. doors are somewhat complete. There is no windshield frame, steering column or seat. It does have a nice decklid. I was thinking maybe speedster? There is no roof structure, although from the picture I doubt that it had any steel in the top. Ill get some pictures of what I have. Any ideas?