Sometimes the stars align correctly and a deal falls into your lap. My buddy is now the proud owner of this 1933 5 window project. He had the chance to buy it a couple years ago, but the price was too high (but still a deal) and the timing wasn't right, as me and him were finishing off a build and in the middle of another at the time. Well, after completing his 62 custom tbird and driving it for a couple years, the 33 came available again at a price you couldn't pass up. So the tbird went up for sale and has now found a new home. And the 5 window is now sitting in his shop, waiting its turn. Realistically we probably wont start any real work on it until the summer. This car has been around for quite some time, its probably been off the road for close to 10 years, but the previous owner was in a very old hot rod club that is still around to this day. She has seen better days, lots of cobbled together wiring, some interesting choices on the steering, and the worst exhaust system ive ever seen. Not to mention the worst interior I have ever laid eyes on (modern bucket seats with Nos (the brand) seat covers, and literally everything else was wood panelling, we already stripped that out and burned it all. So he sold this: To get this (with a wad of cash left over) All steel body, fiberglass fenders, 1933 ford frame. Body is in great shape minus the inner doors being hacked to shit to install power windows. The roof insert was welded over the factory insert structure, which is a bonus as we want to run a custom vinyl insert. So far the plan will include, ditching the fenders, putting the roof insert back to stock, a Y-block for power, and im doing my best to convince him to give it a reasonable chop. I have a quick sketch started of the direction we are going to probably head: They are still out there folks.