This is a bit of a milestone...I have a "roller" !! I am using ASC rails, Model A front/rear cross members, 4 inch drop "heavy" '32 C.E. axle up front, hung in '48 Ford 'bones. Early 60's Ford Truck nine inch rear axle, centered pumkin. I was going to hang this one on '36 radious rods, but with a 425 Nailhead and a 4 speed, I like it to be bullet-proof, so I opted for ladder bars instead: The model A rear spring seems a bit "soft", it sits too low in the rear. It is actually propped up about and inch and a half in the pictures. I guess I have to re-arc it? The car should drop about four inches in the front, with motor and a few leafs removed. I am thinking the radiator shell needs to drop about two inches... The goal today was to locate the body position on the frame, based on the rear tires...This looks good. Firestone 7:50 in rear, 6:00 in the front Next: "channel" the front cowl, to loose the A on 32 rail gap syndrome...then, motor... This is fun!