Been gone a long time from the Hamb because life just got in the way. This might be a little long but it is important. I was promoted at work, loved it at first and then it turned into my worst nightmare. My wife and I were constantly getting into it and I decided to make a change. I just went to Brothers Custom Automotive in Troy, MI and said I need to save my marriage and begin being happy and I want to work here. Lol. They looked at my portfolio and offered me a job. Things are drastically improved. I now work on some badass cars and call it my living. My coupe that I first posted on here back in ‘08 or ‘09 was a fresh barn find from California. Some of you may know it. I have done some little improvements but basically have been driving it as is since I got it. I was offered a running ‘35 Flathead from Bill Jagenow, the owner of the shop and my boss. I happily took it and have been thinking of dropping it in my coupe. This has to be done right though. It has took look “always been in there”. I already have a ‘39 box in it behind the banger and the car is mechanically awesome. Brakes, steering, suspension. It all is lovely, best A I have ever riden in. I want to leave it all and not touch a thing except for what absolutely has to be done. No cutting of the firewall, no radiator change except for modifying it for the Flathead. Only possibilities are a cam and dual carbs ssince those are available to me. Not sure I want to do the duals yet. I want this to look like an A that came with a Flathead. So now the ideas begin. If anybody has stuffed a 21 stud in a 28-29 without modifying steering or radiator feel free to post what you encountered. I am measuring up things and it is difficult because my coupe is pretty much all snuggled up for winter.