I just picked up this 28 Chevy sports coupe frame and quarters last week. Two days later I ran across this earlier Chevy roadster cowl and windshield frame. I bought it on the spot. Thanks to David Atkins from Lee's Summit, Mo for bringing it to me. Over the last year or so I have been watching Jimmy B build his Chuck Spurgin inspired 25 Chevy roadster. See it here. I fell in love with the Chucks 15a car. It speaks to me like no other hot rod ever has. So here is the plan. This is a father son project for me and my son Axl. Using the parts you see here I am going to build an early lakes style car inspired by The Chuck Spurgin 15a Roadster. It will be a loose late 40's period car. AND it is on a budget. I am hoping to build it for under 10k but I am trying to keep it closer to 5 or 6 thousand. All parts will be swap meet finds. I'm really not wanting to use any new parts at all. The parts list will be as follows: 25/26 Chevy cowl--- $150 28 Chevy frame and quarters---$300 1940 Ford rear, bones and brakes---$100 Column shift 3 speed trans---FREE 35 Ford front suspension and bones---$150 35 Ford wire wheels W/ black wall tires---$100 Model A rear crossmember and spring---FREE Early Chevy inline 6--- FREE so far, needs rebuild 2 Stromberg BXOV-2 Cargs on homemade mafifold---FREE F1 column and steering box---$40 F1 pedals---$50 Stewart Warner Soutwinds heater (For those cold days)---$20 39 ford standard gauges---$20 Total spent so far--- $935.00 Here are some of the modifications: Channeled body Canvas tonneau cover full belly pan custom front nose This all I have right now. It will be a very long build. I'm having to learn patience to get this and my 53 Chevy done, as well as raising a family and working full time.