I am incredibly fortunate enough to be a part of the build on this incredible 1933 3 window coupe. My part in the build will be to take care of all the sheet metal issues, finish and update the chassis, and see this project through till its a finished car. When it first got to me back in April it was in a rolling state. The chassis was pretty well complete, and the body had been chopped. The body was a super clean original body but needed some attention sheet metal wise. *Both doors belt lines didn't line up with the quarter panels. *The bottoms of the doors under the bottom hinge sucked in away from the quarter panel. *The drivers side quarter panel above the wheel had a push in dent. *The hood needed to be replaced. *It needed a bolted in style roof insert. *The chassis needed full exhaust. *Needed brake lines, and a new master cylinder. *Needed a drive-line, etc. Here is the car when it arrived at my shop: Here you can see where the bead lines on the door don't line up well at all. And the bottom of the door sucked in away from the quarter panel. Here is the drivers door, it lined up even worse. And the bottom of the door had the same issue. Here is the rear dent on the quarter panel bead. The hood was't level, it had a bad bow to it. The front of the bead curved up.