Update Part Duex! As promised, here is part two. Transmission Crossmember: When I started this project, I had no intention of messing with '32 K-Memebers (just not within budget and not critical to the project). Instead, I hunted down a pair of '47-'52 Ford 1/2 ton pickup cross members instead for an 1/8th the price of the '32 K. These have a nice graceful curve to them, have all the mounts for the F1 juice brake pedals and are very close to fitting in an A frame with Very little tailoring. I got started by making up a cardboard template to test my tailoring... Then I got out my grinder the next day and started carving: Once I got it fit, it was time for a test fit. I also mocked up the pedals too.. ...and jumped in to test fit (yes, there were "Vroom" sounds).. Radiator choices: While I do have the Brass Radiator shell in the ultimate plan for this car, I know its gonna be a large portion of my budget and time to have a custom radiator built, rework the shell, build an insert, paint and Nickel work. To that end, I have also considered doing up a traditional T radiator/shell for this car. I have a stack of radiators and enough V8 radiator parts to put a flathead T radiator together without much fight in a short amount of time. Here is the mockup....and I have to say, the more I look at it the more I like it. What do you guys think? (The original concept) Stay Tuned for more! ~ Mr. Model T..