I thought I would post a little thread about the 1925 T I am building, now that I am actually working on it. It started out as me finding a beat up body locally and decided to throw some spare parts on a chassis and get rid of some stuff... Turns out I have fallen in love and fallen off the original plan. Eventually the plan is to go full blown 60s show. Metal flake and chrome all over the place. For now, I just want to get it on the road for the summer!! I started by cutting the crossmembers off the stock T frame and shaped it similar to an A frame, just smaller. The back is kicked up, rails are boxed and I made A flat model A style front crossmember and used a A rear to go with the A spring that will be on a 40 banjo rear. I went to use some old Hurst motor mounts but they didn't really work with how I wanted the motor mounts to sit on the frame rails so I made my own saddle style mount. Bolted on an old Ford three speed,set it in place and then made the centre crossmember. I added the picture of the rear end beside the frame just to get an idea of how small the frame really is. Hopefully I will be keeping up the motivation on this build so I have something to drive before summer is over!! Ill try to get the picture part figured out!