I'm new to the forums and thought id post up my new ride. I Picked up this beautiful 1950 Buick sedanette special jetback. She's got 38,684 original miles and the body is it great shape for 64 year old steel. The only rust on the car was in the floors and trunk but they have been patched. The paint is definitely a 10 footer and will be resprayed eventually. The original straight 8 starts up and runs like a champ but there are several leaks to take care of. The power steering leaks like a siv and so does the original dynaflow trans. The tires were shot when I bought the car so some new Coker white walls are on the way. Since the wheels are off I decided to have them sand blasted so I can powdercoat them black. It had air ride on the back but one of the bags had a hole in it. Naturally I started out looking for 1 replacement bag and ended up buying a whole air ride kit. Damn internet. I figured this car has made it this long without being hacked up or abused so I am not going to cut up the car in any way shape or form. My goal is to keep it as original as possible and build a clean, reliable, mild custom cruiser. Along with the slam specialties air ride kit I'll be installing fatman fabrications 2" drop spindles and later on down the line a front disc brake conversion. As always, any advice is welcomed! Thanks for looking!