Not sure if this fits on HAMB, but bought this coupe from estate sale last year. Had looked at a few coupes but not happy with shoddy workmanship and questionable welding, so decided to find some virgin tin! Always wanted a coupe, and this one, despite being a rare find in Eastern Canada went for peanuts. Sat in barn for last 25 years which saved it from elements but floor is toast. Old fellow who owned it had done a bunch of chopped coupes in his time, but passed soon after starting work on this one, so hope he likes finished product. No planning on chopping this car, as I like the view. Started with dash last fall that came with car for some inspiration, which is not 41 but looks a lot nicer than original, and love those big steering wheels (my next project). I've noticed early dashes in later cars, and vice versa, so guess it is a matter of taste or what you have laying around in back forty? Just happened to have 2 donor 88 Blazer S-10's 4x4, diff. and 4.3 V6 engine, plus good T350 that sat under workbench last 25 years waiting for a ride! Original mechanical totally worn out and scary to think someone drove it like that, but some savable parts for local flea market.... Found a complete new M11 suspension from local donor car that changed direction, and ordered rear leaf spring hangers and tranny mount from a HAMBer. Do all my tinkering outside for last 50 years....even in winter, which develops your character.