I got a couple 54 Buicks setting around and aftermonths of him begging I am gonna throw one of them together as a driver for my old man. The plan is low budget, dependable, and it will be daily driven. As of now its a stock 54 Buick Super two door post with the stock 264 I think it is Nailhead. Well that is all gonna be gone because I am keeping the nailhead and tranny as I have another really nice Buick that it will find its way into. This car will be small block chevy with a 700r4 and a late model metric GM 10 bolt. I have a 86 Caprice donor car that will be donating the motor, trans, and rear. Here's where the question comes in. I'm usually against subframing for the most part, however I've did a bunch of them for other people. Since he is gonna drive the wheels off this thing though, and it's already giving up it nailhead and other Buick stuff I am considering just clipping the Caprice and using the whole front stub under the Buick. Ofcourse then the power steering, brakes, etc would be done. Anyone ever done it this way using the metric Caprice/Impala front frame section? I haven't even measured it, but I have an idea it is about the same width. Gonna do this as a winter project and it'll go fast and be done. What do you guys think of the front frame idea?