I thought I would start a little build thread on my '36 5W Coupe. I purchased this car last October (2016). I wasn't really looking for a project, but I was in the right place at the right time, with the right amount of money....doesn't happen that way often. Anyway, here are the details. '36 5W couple, stored since 1973 Roof of storage building (enclosed pole barn with concrete floor) developed a leak right over the '36 roof insert Previous owner eventually corrected leak but not before some damage had been done Here's a photo after dragging it out....pretty solid but will need some metal work around the roof insert and cowl vent (known when I purchased) and some cowl and floor pan repair. Once I got it home I was able to gut the rotted interior and found one side of the floors needed replacing. So I started on the floor first. Still needed to do the final grinding in these photos...that's been taken care of now. Next I tackled the lower passenger door and driver and passenger cowl bottom. Before moving to the roof, I fixed the cowl vent. Another HAMB member was gracious enough to provide the patch panels for the cowl vent and roof. Next I tackled the roof...which I must say was the most intimidating. I still need to do a little hammer and dolly work...but the bulk of the welding is complete. I originally cleco'd this roof in place until I gathered enough courage to tackle the welding.