I started a '27 T roadster build with a general idea of what I wanted to achieve. My first frame, purchased from a dead guy, seemed like a good idea until I realized that MII front and Jag rear suspension wasn't going to cut it on this forum. Not wanting to be like everyone else, I had a good running 289 Studebaker until I decided that flathead was the way to go. After all, I'd had flatheads when I was a kid, shouldn't be that tough, right? I bought a decent roadster body and a Model A frame and, in short time, I came to realize that the 6' tall 150-pound kid I was 60 years ago didn't exist anymore. I'm still 6' but the additional 90 pounds was going to make it very difficult to fit me in that roadster. An opportunity has come up for me to buy a pretty decent '29 A roadster pickup body and, I'm thinking, if I were to replace the T with the A, I might be a little happier. I'm probably overthinking this, but it just seems the simplest way for me to get a roadster. If I do it right, I'm still cool, right? Edit: I forgot to mention that the doors are extended 4 inches.