I have been screwin' around for years now doin things here and there on it. Its a 65 dodge coronet 4 door 3 on the tree poly 318 wide block, bench seats. I bought it a few years back and drove it daily for almost a year. In december i hit a patch of ice and the A pillar on the passenger side had a make out session with a firehydrant, needless to say it did not make me happy. I would have just gotten rid of it, but 65 mopars around here (NYC) are very rare. If you do find one, its already built and priced rediculously high, or is too far gone to even bother starting a project with, so the car is sitting in my driveway making a nice home for spiders. It really gets under my skin when i look at it, i can save most of the car but would it even be practical to try and pull the A pillar, considering the floors are basically nonexhistant? The fenders are good the motor and trans need a rebuild the rear is good, all of the suspension parts are good, and i want to stick with 64, 65 b body mopar stuff. Should i try and find another 4 door shell and swap parts? or forget that idea and just start fresh? I would perfer a 2 door but then i would want to go the 413 4 on the floor tubbed out, 15 wide tire superstock route. Meaning i have a great parts car right now other than that its scrap. Sugesstions, tips, and ideas are all welcome. Please help me out.