Been a long time reader on the HAMB and a while back I made a deal on a 1928 Model A Phaeton. It's not gonna be one of those shiny, better than new cars when done because it's in kind of a rough state to start with, haven't been on the road since 1939. The frame has been sandblasted, painted and at the moment the car is in the sellers workshop where he is helping me put the body back together into something that can actually be called a body. The plan is pretty much: Stock A frame. 1928 Phaeton body. Fenderless. Full hood 28-29 radiator shell. 18 inch wire wheels. Undropped front axle. Reversed eye spring in the front and a couple of leaves removed in the back. Model B 4-banger and trans. Mechanical brakes to start with and go hydraulics later on. Progress will probably be pretty slow but I'll post some pictures on how it looks today. Not much to show for yet than a pile of rusty parts.