I recently sold my 1946 Fleetline Aerosedan. After 2 years of it being my daily driver, I decided to sell it and build something from scratch. Something I can make a full custom out of. Chop, bagged, MII etc etc. Plan was to use up to $6k of the funds from the Fleetline to buy a complete as possibly vehicle to use as a platform. Preferably something that had been in storage for years. Non running prefered so as long as it had all the bits and pieces. I looked under every rock for a 40' Chevy but have come up short. I only have 2 criterias 1) must be a "running board" car 2) must have a rear seat (I have a wife and 2 kids that love taking trips with me). So after endless searching I stumbled across a 1941 Plymouth on ebay earlier this week. Never really thought about a Plymouth but they have such killer lines......The gentleman had a buy it now of $9500 which quite frankly I felt was high. I offered $7k cash and he declined. Would not go less than $8500.....So 2 days ago I get on craigslist and low and behold I find a pretty decent 41' business coupe. I drove 1.5 hours to look at it and passed on it...not because it was a bad car, but because of the no rear seat. I didn't want to make an impulse purchase. So yesterday I make one last effort to buy the 41' on ebay and again was turned down. So I sat here for a while I decided to take a stab at the local 41... Ended hauling it home..... Here's my dilema....Is it even worth the trouble of converting the business coupe into a 4 passenger car? I know the entire package tray needs to be redone since it's actually a one peice web design up to the seat backrest..... I mean, If I'm gonna chop a car I'll obviously in there reworking all the structures anyway.... And If I plan on baggin it, I'm gonna be reworking the floor too.... I guess I'm just trying to decide if I should just build this one or keep on looking.... For the record, I listed this one on ebay. If it sells and I can make a little change, then cool. So I basically have 7 days to decide what I want to do. Here's another thought, suppose I decide not to chop it, would it still be worth converting it to a 4 seater??