I'm in need of some advice on my latest project. I have a 1950 Fleetline that I bought mostly in pieces- a stalled project the PO had been storing for ten years. It came with a '78 Camaro front clip and a 350/TH350 combo (none of which will be used). I've started inventorying parts and it looks like I have a complete car in boxes. I'm aiming for building a mild custom, static lowering, no bags or hydraulics; I do want to upgrade to front disc brakes but that's about it. Drivetrain will be 235 or 250 6 cylinder with auto trans. The problem I have is this- the frame has already been modified, it has a (drum-brake) Nova front clip on it and I'm not impressed with the quality of the work. (I don't understand the logic of swapping the original drum brake front suspension for the Nova drum brake front suspension anyway). I would have preferred the stock suspension but it is what it is, now I'm trying to figure out the best path forward. Would it be feasible to find and re-install a stock front frame section or would I be better off: A) staying with the Nova clip or B) using the Camaro clip.? Or should I go the whole route and look for a stock frame or rolling chassis, I'm told that the 2 door and 4 cars use the same frame so I can use anything from 49-52 if my info is right. Thanks in advance for the advice!