Recently, I posted a thread of my 1938 Chevy Business Coupe build which was deleted due to not being related to the website. I know the car is not a traditional custom; with airbags. I have thought about going towards the Westergard style like Sal Cacciola's 1938 Chevy. This is just my first ever build; my goal after this 1938 Coupe is to find a 1936 Ford 3 Window Coupe to build a traditional style taildragger like Jon Fisher's 36 or Mike Bellos 36. I would like to just share with you guys what I am building hoping I can gain some more knowledge from you guys on some things I could do with my 1938 Chevy. I do hope to be able to keep this thread alive on here. Back in 2013; I used to own a 1951 GMC Carryall that I sold to buy a 1938 Chevy Business Coupe. I knew the car was going to be a good project for my dad, my brother, and myself to build together. I have always been around cars my whole life from watching my dad build Harley Motorcycles to helping them build my brothers old 1949 Chevy Business Coupe. When I purchased the 1938 Chevy; I thought it would be a good moment for me to learn more about classic cars with my family and to gain some knowledge from anyone I can. I always enjoy hearing history of custom cars. To continue with my thread I would like to start to share some photos of my car. Below is what the car currently looks like as of today. We let all the air out of the air bags and have the car sitting on a set of Cragar supremes 14x7 Standards. I apologize for the images being out of order and if I missed any parts of the build. I am always open to answer questions about our build. When I first purchased the car it was more of a lowrider/bomb style with Hydraulics sitting on Cragar Star Wires 14x7 Reversed with visor. I knew I did not want to keep it that way when I purchased it; I wanted to build it as my own car and not someone else. Below is what the car looked like when I first bought it. When we first brought it home I got started on taking it apart. We did not really expect to make the car a full restoration build but as we took it apart we found many problems with the quality of the work on how it was built before. After; we established everything that was needed to be done to the car we got started on taking it all the way apart. We removed the 250 Engine that was sitting in the car when purchased. Removed the hydraulics; gas tank; seat; fenders and then finally the body. We started out by getting the frame down to bare metal ready to redo the C-Notch & install 4 link suspension in the rear with air bags thanks to some help from TP Customs. The front suspension is all up to date with new 1974-1976 Ford Pinto Mustang II parts. The rear end is a Ford 9". After the frame being completed we mounted the body onto the frame and put the motor in; we are installing a v8 Chevy Small Block 350 still in process of buying parts and building the motor. As of right now the car sits in primer after a bit of body work done by my brother & myself as he is teaching me how to do body work and soon how to paint when it is time to paint the car. I look forward to keep you guys updated on the build. This car is something I want to be able to just drive and be able to know that its something that I built with my family; not building it for trophies. Build It To Cruise It & Enjoy!!!