I started this a couple years ago and sorta stopped on it. Building cars for other people (free and paid) got it the way of doing mine. Well I did what I thought I wouldn't do....I sold my 48 pick up to buy me time to work on my car. It started with me selling my 32 coupe after realizing I was more a roadster guy than a coupe guy. I was looking for a junk 34 coupe to cut up. Reggie put me onto this 34 that was a nice rust free (pretty much) car. Only thing is the car was rolled. Perfect car for me. Story is the car was a Sherriff's car and while chasing someone he rolled it in 1935. Here's the car when I got it Here it is less than an hour after it got in my garage I started the frame with an original style crosmmember and a homemade front crossmember. the front of the frame is pinched 4 inches. I also added holes in the frame for cut outs. The idea was to leave the car unchannelled. Well shit changes in 5 years. I changed my mind and wanted to channel the car. A customer needed my trunk floor for a 1000 point restoration. I tore the body completely apart and that's were I started a couple of weeks back. With a channelled floorpan bolted to my frame. After getting the body somewhat welded back together I started on the motor and chassis. You can see my exhaust cut outs will now have to be cut up into the body.