NOTE: You can go to the last page for my latest [small] update or start right here at the beginning for an entertaining and [hopefully] educational read. Anyway, here's what I started with – a cowl, doors, rear skin and a wood kit. And here's what it looked like when it it was on the road the first time. (This pic is from the 2011 Jalopyrama in Annapolis MD): I took her off the road in Spring of 2013 to do a Chrysler hemi installation, the interior and shiny paint. I'm still working on this stage. For all the details of the build in between the pics above and the freshly painted frame below, here are links to all the other threads on my build: Putting a 32 Header in a 31 Model A Fitting a Model A cowl to a 32 frame Converting a Model A Leatherback to a Steelback Easy Disc Brake Covers F1 Shock Mounts – The Tardel Way Subrails, Taillights, Pedals, etc. w/Lots of Pics Modifying Fordor Door Jambs to Fit Miss Vicky Bobbed Rear Rails, Chopped Radiator and T5s w/Pics Firewall Recess, Steering Column, Drop, Shaft and Joints and Alternator Bracket Clutch Cable Installation w/Pics My frame is primed (pics), now I need to pick a finish color... Sealing The Floor We Fired The Mill This Weekend – The Good and Bad w/Video Finally got the painted body on the frame... Building Lake Headers Driving Miss Vicky w/VIDEO ... First Time Out! Day Tripping ... or More Driving Miss Vicky (w/pics) Chrysler 354 Build Thread!!! Link to R&C Article on Vicky Wood Replacement: http://www.rodandcustommagazine.com/techarticles/0802rc_wood_framing_kit/ This thread pics up the build in July of 2008 – the point where I had a painted, rolling chassis. From this point forward, my posts and the comments of other folks were written back at that time to the present in a chronological order as this thread progresses. July, 2008: There was a lot left to do, but since I'm finally able to roll it out of the garage again, I thought I'd take a few pics. Enjoy.