Hey HAMBers, I'm sitting here with my leg up after a failed attempt to walk on ice in my driveway (grade 3 sprain), and getting restless to get out to the garage and back on my '34 Chevy. As I look through pics on here, I see various paint schemes and I'm looking for input. My plan all along has been aimed towards a 60's style hot rod / custom. I've planned black with traditional flames with a red interior, red engine, etc. I'm incorporating a '63-67 'vette dash, coming down and sweeping back to form the center console hump...tied to a widened matching dash as the rear package tray (with the double humped dash openings framing the rear seat backs). The front dash is modified for fit and will take other gauges so it will be "reminiscent" of a 'vette without the exact look. I have early 70's 'vette seats that I will cut down and modify to resemble the 63-67 seats (I bought the seats because of width, not necessarily because they were vette). I've planned on red looped pile carpet - what would have been in a mid-sixties vette. In short - I've been trying to build the car to look as it might have been built in the mid-60's. Other details about the build - no hood sides, lake headers, tri-carb setup, louvered hood top, @ 4 1/2" chop, aggressive stance. I'm also planning steelies with spider caps. I've always loved black and traditional flames - I'll add a pic from a bike I recently flamed to show what I'm thinking. But I see so many classy alternatives! So what do you HAMBers think - should I follow my paint plans (I need to start spraying parts soon) - or can you come up with better schemes? Also, opinions on blackwall, whitewall, or? Wheels? Thanks, Sean BTW - these are older pics, just in a mock up stage. It's much further along now, I just don't have any current pics.