Yessir. Now I have what I wanted, to hell with my Cadillac, saved it, repaired, now it is time to go. Few weeks ago I found an add for a 1929 A, and few days ago I went to see it, somebody was apparently knowing that he will store it for a while, so it was painted with red oxide primer, chassis and all was covered with grease, so was the engine. Hooked up a new battery, checked fluids and gave it some fresh fuel out of a can, and that bastard started right away, and runs strong. According to papers it was stored about 40 years ago, and was dug out in january this year. Yesterday was a big day, I could purchase it for a bargain, only stealing it would be cheaper. Rust is minimal, floors and frame seem untouched, same goes for everything that moves, of course after all that years there is some work involved, but I think it's an easy fix to get it back on the road... Now. I have no intention of keeping it as is, and niether am I interested in chopping it all up. This will be a hop up that goes along with the rules in this country, and can be driven on the roads. Therefore the idea is as follows: - Drop the front - Keep the mechanical brakes - Ford steelies all around - Skinny whitewalls - Fourbanger - Lion Speed Head - Stromberg - Different cam - Fuelpump - 12 Volt conversion - Turnsignals - Emergency lights - Full fenders All period stuff, should look like this when I'm done, and I'll take it from there, eventually I might take off the fenders and keep runing from the Police, maybe I'll find a coupe body someday. Who knows. First I want to get it to the state shown below, and have some fun with it. See ya.