Hey all, I wanted to jump on this and start things out right. I just bought a '52 chevy coupe deluxe (I'm sure you knew that from the title) and will get started as soon as it gets towed to my house. Her body is very nice aside from three dents and some light surface rust. All the chrome bits and pieces are there. The interior is all there...in a sense. lol Original engine and powerglide! But the engine needs complete overhaul. No brake booster and a pretty surface rusted chassis, but nothing serious. My order of taking this project on to get her back on the road quickly and safely is the following: -strip her down (who needs dollar bills when you have a grinder?) -bang and fill the dents then primer her up -cut the rusted floor and replace it with sheet metal (22 gauge?) -EZ wiring harness -tack weld angle iron across the floor then pull the body off the chassis -find an s10 chassis to bolt her to (don't worry, I'm saving the original to rebuild it and I also know how taboo this is) -make the needed adjustments to the length and track -drop a sbc 350 in with a th350 (don't worry...I'll rebuild the inline 6) -then work on the interior If this is a bad approach, please let me know. Any tips or advice is MUCH appreciated!!