Back in the late 90's, I started building a nostalgia street rod with a 1915 Ford model-T coupe body. I got it up to a rolling chassis when I lost my job. We ended up having to sell our home and moved out of state so I decided to put the rod in storage for a year or so until I could get back on it. ............. Well .... that was over 20 years ago and I'm just now finally able to get it out of storage so I can start working on it again. Unfortunately, the car has deteriorated quite a bit while in storage. Over the years it has been moved to four different storage places in Indiana and Michigan and in one place the roof leaked and it got wet. I was really concerned that the engine would be froze up but it is okay and still turns over. I'm going to have to take the body back off and start by re-painting the frame and then going back up from there. Here are some photos of it ready to unload it into my garage. When this was put in storage, these fenders had a nice coat of primer on them ... now they have a nice coat of surface rust. Once I got it inside, I set the fenders back on it so you can get a better idea of how it will look. The frame is built out of 2x3 box steel. Rear axle is a mid to late 60's Mustang with posi. Wheels are 15 inch Kelsey Hayes wire wheels with adjustable spokes. The rear wheels have been widened out to 8 inches. The engine is a 1957 Chrysler 354 hemi with a 700-R4 automatic transmission. It has a 471 blower with a home made aluminum manifold.