Hi there, I'm new to H.A.M.B. and new to the world of custom cars. I figure I should start out with a little about myself. I'm Gabe Gochenour. I'm a senior in high school, engaged, and preparing to attend Ball State. Now to the part y'all probably care about. I've always owned old cars, but nothing pre-1963. I've had a few Corvairs, a '72 F-250, and a '65 Mustang. I recently purchased a 1950 Plymouth Coupe. It's a completely stock car with a flathead 6 cylinder. I purchased the car knowing that it ran last summer but the motor is now stuck. I pulled the plugs and there is no water in the cylinders, and the oil looks fine. I am wondering what the best method is for going about unsticking the motor. Also I would love to know what some nice, period correct mods are to make the car my own. Probably the most important thing is I want the car to be safe because it will be the car that both me and my (soon to be) wife commute in about 80 miles a day. I have a budget of roughly $10,000 to do all of this if that makes a difference. UPDATE! I know I called it a Dodge but It's actually a Plymouth, my bad!