Hello, I have read way more through the years on here than posted, but I began a project this past year and I wanted to present to you and use the experience of the members here to help guide me with my build of a Model T Gow Job. The goal of this build is to have a fairly accurate build of a T that might have been built by a young lad around the late thirties, lets say around '35-40, using used parts sourced from where ever he could, and maybe some help from a few talented individuals hoping he succeeds. I really want to keep near all the parts pre 1935, and what isn't, hopefully hid well enough from peering eyes. Clayton Paddison's T is a huge inspiration to this project, as well as a few pics I have saved from the net over the years. I came from the Mopar muscle car/drag racing stuff, and have kind of laid low for the past 15 years. Upon selling my Mopar, I bought a basically stock Model T cut off touring, that was made into a pickup, and have had some fun with it, but the hot rodder in me needs a creative outlet. That pick up will remain as is, but I bought and accumulated some other parts to build another. So here is what has transpired. I will post some pics to catch things up. And hopefully you will help guide me so I don't veer off to far from my course. Parts on hand: '23-'25 T Frame. Z-d in rear and extended raised front crossmember for a 5" drop '24 T cut off Touring body, windshield posts, firewall, grill shell, and hood (may only use top section) Model A front axle/spindles/linkage Model A steering column Model A 19" wheels Model T rear axle Major parts to get: Engine, Model T, hopefully with the adapter and '28 Chevy Cyl head on top that I already have.