I plan to get it blasted, I just wanted to get it reasonably solid first. The roof wasn't fitted when I got it just tacked on the outside of the screen pillars. The floors and rockers were non existent and it had no strength at all. I want it blasted inside and out so my blaster has to get inside it to work. I have left all the rear wheel wells and the rest of the floors until it's blasted. Then the fun really begins. Your plymouth is looking great , that's going to be a mad car. I still have my 47 plymouth coupe, just haven't done anything with it yet. Paul.