[/COLOR]I had a '30 Sedan that I played around with for 4-5 years and had a lot of fun with. I had always liked the look of the coupes and thought it would be cool to build my own but for whatever reason settled for the Sedan. Well I finally pulled the trigger last August/September sold the Sedan and figured I would give it a shot. So I picked this coupe up from a guy in Anahiem last October, have been collecting some parts and deciding on the direction I want to go. Its already been chopped (not sure how much) and has some patch panels and other body work that obviously is going to have to be addressed. This will be my first but figured that its a descent start for a beginner. Have her about 1/2 stripped now and will be moving on. Plans for the car: 350 small block, turbo 350 trans, Supreme wheels with M/T Radir cheaters and Firestones at the front, disk on the front/'55 Chevy rear end, '32 grill, suicide front end, drilled Super Bell dropped beam w/ split wish bones, buggy spring at the rear w/ ladder bars, 2x6 frame, a little of this and that and some day when its all finished a flaky burnt orange and white/off white color combo. I had to throw the body on just to get an idea......... I think this is close to the stance that I'm going to go with. At this point I have all my steel for the frame and have strated on my rear spring hangers. I will be welding on some 3/16 plate along the outer edge of the hangers to give it that I-beam look and hopefully add some strength to them. I thought that this was going to be a much quicker process than what its turning out to be so far. I will post up some pics as it progresses and can only hope that it turns out to be half as good as the wicked rods that I have seen here! Looking to build a wicked safe rod and open to suggestions. Thanx for the look!