EDIT: Skip to the end for the most recent pics. I got this T coupe body a few years ago and it's been quietly waiting it's turn while all the other junk got worked on. I've had it built and re-built in my mind several times over the last year or two. Plan A turned into plan B and so on as I came across new bits and pieces to use on it. Then once I got to mocking up, measuring, figuring, etc. plan B quickly changed to plan C...then D...I figure as many times as I've changed it up I must be up to Plan T! But I've got it like I want it and now all I have to do is put it all together Here's the body as I got it with it's incomplete and less than perfect chop top. While waiting for the first batch of parts to show up I did some roughing in on the bodywork. I threw together a few pieces so I could get some meausrements for a frame. (Warning! Aluminum wheels used for mockup! Please shield small childrens eyes before viewing) Dave Havlir (at the House of Fab) and I have been talking for awhile about doing a T Coupe frame to go along with the Model A style frames he builds. We traded a few measurments back and forth and this is what we came up with. Front crossmember and frame horns are House of Fab made. Absolutely top notch stuff. If you need a frame, give him a call! Thanks again Dave! Body getting test fit for the first time... A little trimming and on it goes... With a 3" channel it fits like a glove... Can't get much lower than that... The missing pieces to make the front end roll after a trip to the blaster... I'll be running the rear that I removed from my '48 Ford F-1. It has the factory 3.92 gears in it still so I plan on running a T-5 trans. so I don't leave the bottom end of my 322ci Nailhead scatterd across the interstate! The rear suspension will be a triangulated 4 link with coilovers. Here it is with a few of the parts laying in place. Obviously the motor is gonna get mounted level, the frontend will be around 3"-4" lower, and the grill shell will be sectioned. That's where I'm at as of now. Waiting on my rear 4 link parts, steering stuff and some other misc. so I can start to mount my radiator, motor & trans. and steering box. Oh yeah, have the bellhousing setup but need to find a trans. and flywheel too!