Well, after being moth-balled for a few years I've desided to dump all my other projects and get back onto the only one that is truly important to me. This car has been in my life as long as I can remember and has alot of sentimental value to me. You can check out the full story on this thread: http://jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123159 Here it is, with the two and a half inch chop my pop put on her back in the early 90's and never finished. I'd like to cut it back apart and take a little more off the top, but I've desided to keep the chop he put on it. The flatty. I've robbed a few things off of it to get other cars running over the years, time to get it all back together again. Bead Blasted some of my spare carb parts to put some complete ones back together. A little paint on the small parts Since my back window wood was a little fuct, and it needed cut down anyway, I picked up some oak pieces of the proper thickness from Lowe's and cut them down 2.5 inches to match the chop with my two buck garage sale "vintage" jig saw. I know, not exactly the most exciting stuff right now, but I figured I'd share with the HAMB brothers and sisters and start a new build thead to keep me on track.