Hey guys, haven't been here in a couple years. So I have a project that I'm kicking around and want some opinions. My father has a 1933 Chevy rsc that is just sitting wanting some attention. The car is a very complete driver with a terrible green and green paint scheme. So I'm trying to decide to fix it up and leave it stock or do a mild 50's high schoolers hot rod. My thoughts were to use all old parts and upgrade the drive train to a 235 stove bolt 6 and some 15x5 period steel wheel and tire tires. I didn't really want to a major street rod build, something realistically done back in the day. I've never messed with anything pre 1950, so this is all new to me. My questions are, would this be something that would have been done back in the day, what would have to be done to body and frame to support a 150 hp 6, and brakes/steering. In my mind it would be nice to be able to put it back to factory in the future if someone would want. Side note on the car too. The only thing that sucks about the car other than the paint is that it has glass fenders and boards. I would say the cars condition is a weak 3, decent driver.