OK here goes I got this 1925 Model T Doctor's Coupe from Montana. Body is very solid only rust through was around the rear fender irons. I've had the car since 2006 been doing a little from time to time but now I going to try to focus and stay on the build. My nick name with my friends is Doc Brown because of all the wacky out of the box things I come up with. The build and the name of the car is Insani-T. I have stripped the flash rust that was on the body by soaking the body panels in vinegar then washing them down with my power washer. It would take from two to three days for the vinegar to loosen the rust up. (Buddy of mine calls it pickled steel) I am widening the body 4 inches and making it 5 inches longer. I'm adding the 5 inches in the doors. The body frame work support was all wood which most of it has dry rotted after its 80+ years of life. I'm replaced all the wood with steel trying to make the pieces the same shape as the wood was. It will get a 6 inch chop in the front and a 4 inch chop on the rear . Going to do about a 3 inch channel over the frame. So bear with me with the build this is my first rod I've built done plenty of muscle cars in the past. Doc Brown Car in Montana. Tear down many moons ago. In process of widening the cowl. Reshaped the lower part of windshield part of the body from flat to curve of Vickie windshield frame. Driver side contoured, pass side still flat like original T was. Cowl widened with filler panel rough welded in. Rear cab panel with flash rust still on the ends, center portion after vinegar bath. Will strip the end pieces when I cut apart to widen. Panel above trunk lid widened, test fit, waiting for grinding welds and trimming. Side mock up view. That's it for now will keep posted on updates as much as I can. Hopefully those of you with more rod building expertise give me suggestions in case I'm doing something dangerous.