I purchased the 1928 Chevrolet roadster April 2014 with plans of making it a prewar dry lakes car inspired my the miller brothers 28. It was a full fender unmolested originally equipped, though roughly running, car. I have since removed the fenders, running boards, lights and spare tire mount. I also removed the three piece hood and replaced it with an aluminum piece with the help of the notorious Pat Pryor. To get the rear sitting pretty I removed one spring in each bundle, flipped the main spring and secondary. (Hoping that this 87yo steel holds up under reverse load) I sent the front axle out to Nostalgia Sid @droppedaxles.com and promptly received a 3in replacement within two weeks. Stand up dude. Not running the 21in sewer caps so I decided to go with Chevy spoked 17's up front and spoked 19's in the rear. I'm still uncertain about the internal setup of the motor so any information on that front would be greatly appreciated.