I came across an ad on my local Craigslist yesterday for a "23 ford hot rod project" There were two small pictures in the ad, and I could tell it was no 23 ford, it looked more like a 28-29 roadster. I answered the ad and went to see the car. It turns out the car was only about 5 miles from my house, sitting in a barn on an old dairy farm that I have driven past probably hundreds of times. The man that I talked to said that his dad had started building the car a long time ago, but he apparently lost interest and the car had been sitting in the barn for over 40 years. He also said that his dad had bought a new frame for it when he started building it, and that it still had the manufacturers tag on it. I wasn't aware of any aftermarket frame manufacturers in the 50's, so I was curious to see what I would find. I looked at the car and found out it was a 28-29 roadster pick-up. It was on an aftermarket frame, with a tag that read "Wildfire". My dad was with me and he recognized the name as a late 40's - early 50's sports car manufacturer. A deal was made and we went back today and picked up the car. I'm going to try to post some pictures, hopefully this works. Here's the barn where the car sat for the last 40+ years: This is what I first saw when I walked in: We started moving junk out of the way, took the body off the frame, and started rolling it out: Loaded it on the trailer and headed for the long 5-mile journey home: Got it home and off the trailer and snapped a couple more pictures: Here some shots of the frame with the bosy off: And one of the frame tag: So there it is, the question now is what do I do with it? I did some googleing, and found a couple websites that talk about the Woodill Wildfire sports car. http://www.woodillwildfire.com/ This site shows a picture from the Woodill factory in the 50's, and you can see a frame leaning against the wall that appears identical to mine. http://fiberglasssportscars.com/Wildfire_Wildfire/Woodill_Wildfire.htm And this site is about the Glasspar G2 sports car, which is apparently where Woodill got their frames from, and theres another picture a frame like mine on this page http://fiberglasssportscars.com/Wildfire_Wildfire/Woodill_Wildfire.htm I guess Im looking for opinions on what I should do with the car. The woodill frame is very wide, especially at the front, and the body doesn't fit it that well. I do have a Model A frame here that I could use instead. Or I could cut this frame and modify it to make it work with this body. Does anyone know if this Woodill frame would have any value to vintage sports car enthusiasts? This post has gotten a little more long winded that I had planned, so thanks if you're still reading this far!