Yesterday went to meet with Chappy 444 and look at his fathers car that he was building when he passed away unexpectedly. Chappy is a class act for those of you that don't know him and representative of everyone else that I have met from this site. His description of the car was honest and after me and the wife driving four hours I was not disappointed. Not real sure what direction I am going yet with the car, 1951 Ford Custom two door, but it will be shiny, not flat, not chopped, shaved, decked, etc. The Flathead started and purred like a kitten, this in 18 Degree weather and the car still being 6 Volt which it will stay along with the 3 speed column shift trans. Two new Hurst floor shifters are included but I may just keep the column shift. All of the parts that his Father accumulated to complete this car were included in the sale so only new interior, if I decide to re-do it all and maybe both front and rear bumpers will need purchased. I am currently clearing a space in my garage for the car, hopefully this Friday it will be here and will begin in earnest in the Spring after I get my Wife's 1962 Falcon painted. His father has already completed the body work and with some minor massaging to smooth it out will hopefully road ready by sometime this coming Summer. Really you could slap the lights in it better tires and drive it now but it deserves better.