Here is the story. Point form so that I don't lose anyone's attention. - My Dad bought a 36 Ford 5W back in 1973 for $60 - Coupe sat in Grandpa's wood shop for 20+ years high and dry - Dad and I brought the coupe home in 1995 (when I was 16) to start working on it - Both of us took a welding class and my dad got pretty good - Dad got sick (needed new heart valves from a prior condition at birth) and ended up stopping work on the car (got the chassis rolling) - Dad passed away at the age of 50 during his 4th heart surgery as an adult. - Now the car is mine. Unfortunately I moved away and started my own family and just recently returned (with wife and 5 month old son) to my hometown and the car sitting in my mom's garage. - I have a mountain of parts and tools including a 220V Lincoln MIG welder. - I have a large garage. - I have a vast interest in all aspects of the rodding scene. - I am willing to practice technique for years before actually putting a spark on any of the Henry steel now in my possession. - I am willing to listen to others and get help when I am in over my head. So my question. Given that I haven't welded in 10+ years and when I did it was running beads on 1/2" plate and welding the odd joints, butt welds and corners... Is it reasonable to think that I can learn to weld on my own? Does anyone recommend any resources to get a refresher and to give me somethings that I should start practicing? Thanks fellow HAMBers.