A very generous friend just gave me one of his project cars, a pretty solid partially completed 1940 sedan. The previous owner welded a '69 nova subframe on. They hung. 454 2bolt motor in it as well. The car needs a new transmission tunnel welded in and some patches for the floor. My plan is to clean up the big block (hopefully just rings and seals) run a simple wiring harness and update the front brakes to discs. It's been re-painted at some point so I'm considering some traditional or original colors or maybe just leave it as is. One great surprise was a rebuilt TH400 in the trunk along with a tilt steering column out of a Chevy truck and a limited slip 10 bolt under the rear. All in all its a great place to start. The interior was partially re-done with strange velour but the front seat is all original white "leather" I think. I'll upload some photos as soon as I can, looking for any advice you have on a radiator and how to make the big block work in that tiny engine bay.