I'm cosidering buying a restored/surviving Model A. My Dad is looking into a Coupe he knows. I'm thinking a (relitively) stock drivable A might be a good option for a rookie like myself. I could use the car as is & modify it on an ongoing basis. I'm guessing a fairly solid Model A is OK for running around town & some carefull modifications will get it on the highway & look cool. I'm thinking of stuff like updating it to '40 hydro brakes, '36 wheels & then moving on to a dropped axle & other weekendish mods. I could probably do any weekend's worth of work in a month or so. Boxing the rails & swapping engines are probaly going to be more than I will ever want to do on this project. I am interested is possibly hopping up the original engine. I'm not looking to break any new ground. I do need the practical experience & exploring some age old rot-rod tech should be a lot of fun. Any comments, pitfalls, advice.....?