I'm finally going to start a build thread and show some history of how I found some parts, to putting everything together. This is my first build from the ground up. I've built the car many times in my head, but now I'm going to make it reality. I figure everyone loves pictures, so I'll try to post lots. I also think by doing this, it will push me to work more on the car so I can show some progress. This is the plan: -1930 Model A Tudor sedan, on a Model A frame, fenderless, highboy. -1946 69A Flathead V8 -3 spd trans -1941 Merc spindles, split wishbone -1946 Ford coupe brakes on all 4 corners -banjo rear axle closed driveline -short '46 rear radius rods -16"x4" early Ford solid wheels -5.50 front, 7.50 rear Firestone deluxe champion tires -'32 original grille and shell -F1 steering box -F1 crossmember and pedels -Model A axle Dropped for a total of 4" drop -'46 Lincoln twelve steering wheel -Walker rad -Edmunds 2 carb intake -Stromberg 97's -Edmunds heads -etc etc This sounds like a common type build on here, but not many cars are built like that around here, and its my plan right now. The original plan was a flathead, but as you will see, it changed....THEN I CAME TO MY SENSES AND A FLATHEAD IS GOING IN THE CAR! Here is my "Barn Find" Digging it out There it is It was headed down a bad road. The frame was messed up, body had some "odd" work done. I can fix it!