I have found a matching set of 24" disk wheels that I have decided to run instead of wire or wood spoke wheels. The disk wheels that are currently on here are not a matched set. (20" and 21"). I figure the huge 24" wheels will look period correct. I'll probably have to add some sort of friction shocks or snubbers to keep the rear from bouncing all over. As impossible as it seems, the frame seems to be fairly stable and doesn't move side to side like you would think with all those sloppy soft springs in the rear. I just bought several neat brass era items off of Ebay to use. Sight glass fuel gauge, magneto switch, 1910's headlight switch etc. It will probably be mid December before I can actually start cutting and pasting on the chassis. I wish I could find some more early Dodge front frame rail pieces to do the frame extension between the cowl and radiator.