Ok I decided it helps in my motivation and aids in my abiliby to ask questions if I have a project thread started. This is a 47 Plymouth Coupe. 283 Chevy, 350 th Trans, and a Ford 9". I've been working on it for about 3 weeks now I have installed a Holley fuel pressure regulator that solved an issue with gas pouring out the top of the carb when the fuel pump was turned on. Now it idles like a champ. I installed a new brake hose on the drivers side yesterday. Removed the brake pedal arm today, the late model masterclylinder doesn't line up to the original holes properly so I'm going to drill a new hole in the arm in an attempt to salvage the parts I already have. The interior is pretty dated, the grey tweed will have to go. The body work is started but still has a long way to go. I'm in the market for a set of steel wheels with wide whites, and maybe a set of old cheater slicks for the rear. The head lights are frenched, The Brake lights are some type of tear drop style, I'm not sure what they came off of. The front appears to have some work done to the grill, but I'm not sure what they looked like under the chrome, I've never had a chance to look at a stock one. I just purchased 2 bumpers off e-bay, the rear one had been shaved and the front cut into bumperettes. Right now my goal is to make the thing safe and driveable so I can drive it and enjoy it while I work out the bugs. I plan on updating regularly. Thanks in advance for all your support.