Back in the '50s a neighbor gave my dad a (I believe) a '39 Chevy sedan. He wasn't able to drive the car so my Grandfather would take Dad for drives and taught him how to maintain the car. One day while at the gas station a gentleman offered to trade the Chevy for a 1929 Model A Special Coupe. The car was in pretty good shape. It had been painted recently with a brush a shade Dad always called garbage truck green. They used left over paint from when they painted the trucks. This must have been '58 or '59. Dad got old enough to drive and he drove the car his first 2 years of high school. When he was a senior he decided he needed a bigger car and bought a '30 chevy 4 door sedan but kept the coupe. It got put into storage for future restoration. Fast forward 20 years and needing more space inside the garage the coupe got moved outside and it sat there for another 25 years. Dad always talked about starting to work on the car but never got to it. After dad passed away my brother and I decided to build the car into a hotrod. I started this project in 2008 and took a 3 year break while I built my step son an OT '68 Chevy truck. I am back on it and am making good progress. My plans are to run a hopped up A engine. I have a T-5 behind the motor and am using a torque tube adapter that the HAMB's own Crazy Daddy O built. I am using Speedway juice brakes, split wishbone, 4" drop front axle with a reverse eye spring. There is a 6" Z in the frame my brother and I built.