I found a 1928 plymouth roadster (I think) that looks to have been slightly modified back in the day. (I think the fenders and hood were pulled by the original owner) It also looks like it may have had a rumble seat? I don't know how to tell for sure but i think it has a rumble seat. It has the original silver dome 4 cylinder motor and bell housing and front end, but the rear end looks to have been made custom by narrowing a more modern unit and setting it up to use the original plymouth brakes. I don't recognize the rear end and could use some help identifying it. I also had no idea that these vehicles had so much wood in them... Has anyone fabricated new wood? are any kits or plans available? or has anyone replaced the old wood with structural sheet metal? Did these have wooden floor pans? Were folding windshields available as an option? any good places to scrounge parts? Any help would be appriciated. My original thought was to drop in the 346 flathead from the stuart light tank I have in the garage, but the silver dome looks really neat and fairly complete.