Figured I'd start a build thread, I have never worked on anything this old and I know I am going to need some help and advise..... While talking with a buddy he mentioned his dad has an old Model A that hasn't been touched in over 30 years. After some discussion his dad said he would be willing to sell. In the early 80's he had had an engine rebuilt and the body work done, then it just sat. We worked a dela and I hauled it home with a truck bed full of extra parts. It was a Tudor, and I don't love sedans but figured it was a great way to start learning. I checked the fluids, did a quick tune-up and it fired up. We were even able to drive it around the block before the sidewalls blew out on the old weathered tires..... I found a set of 16" wheels with tires on Craigslist so it was back to rolling at least. Then I found a couple of bodies in western Colorado, a Sport Coupe and a Business coupe. Both were pretty hammered, but workable. We took a road trip and hauled them back home, I kept the better of the 2 and a friend kept one for a Left-hand drive project he's working on. The sedan went back to Kansas with my son who is going to school at McPherson. They did a chop on it and are looking for parts to get it going too. We just got it in the garage and started stripping it down. I have a drop spindle for the front. I need to decide on mechanical or juice brakes. Planning to do the Model T spring in the back. Here are a few pics. This is a budget home build so any tips and tricks are appreciated .