Okay guys, bear with me because this has been a long time coming, and there is a bit of personal history with this one. I have been meaning to put an official build post together for awhile but I thought now the time was right as it could work as some therapeutic exercise. Plus I really wanted to wait until I had some decent progress on the "T" and until I had settled on what exactly I wanted to do with it; not knowing it would take just about 4 years to do and succumb to the loss of a key player to it along the way. The project started coming together about 4.5 years ago. I told my Dad what I wanted to do and he fortunately had a client that dealt in buying and selling old cars. Little did I know he had been collecting and selling cars for about 50+ years while traveling across Nebraska with the department of roads. Anyway my Dad made a phone call and a few days later he and I came home with the foundation of the project. The deal was I would simply bring it home and store it until I had the expenses for it and my Dad and I would slowly work on it. Well I think all of you know what its like not to play with new toys. Fast forward, now over the next few years I acquired a shop with some friends in college giving me a place to tinker and later that year my dad was diagnosed with colon cancer. The car though was something that I was able to focus on and focus I did. Researching everything I could and falling for the Doane Spencer style; clean traditional and functional... The goal of the project became to put together a traditional model T sedan that could exist outside of the typical assembly of a pancaked car and remove it from its r*R* status.... So here's the plan. -1927 Model T Sedan - [To Be Chopped 9"] -Model A Frame - [Modified to suit the Doane Spencer front end] -59AB Flathead/ '39 Top-Loader Trans -'38 Banjo Rear Axle -'33/'34 Front Axle / Wishbones / 46' Hydraulic Brakes -'32 Grille Shell -16" Solids or Wires [Not Sure] Like I said I wanted to wait until I had acquired the parts before I really got going. So let it begin. But first, the real reason to start this now is that my Dad has just passed away after battling Cancer for 4.5 years just a few months ago. In that I have lost someone to share the build with. So I wanted to start this for him, because he was always there and to my recent knowledge enjoyed telling everybody about what I was up to. Take it or leave it guys, critique me as I go as I'll need it. I am in the end a newbie. This is my first build I'm 24 and 4 years in on it balancing college and life [now just life] and I'm literally learning about each step as I put it together. Thanks. P.S. - Pics are on the way.