I've had a odd illness for over a week; some days could not walk or move my arms. Yesterday I felt good enough to drive to the scrapyard/metal recycle place for some fab steel. Well, 4 weeks ago when I went there with my son, we saw this 29 Chevy, but they said it was sold....my son was happy because he said that I have no use for it anyways Yesterday it was moved back into the "for sale" area, and the owner said "sleep on it". I did, and went to get it today. LOL I don't know if it is a Sears kit or Montgomery Wards, or another brand, but it is quite unusual to see a kit made for the Chevys. Most all survivors are Ford A and T. These kits had special gear hubs to fit the stock car rear axles, to drive the 41" big gear. The rear wheels are 4.5 feet Not sure what I will do with it, but I also have an old 50s channeled 30 Chevy roadster pickup, so I don't think I'd try to put it back to a roadster or roadster pickup unless I got very lucky to find a rear body and doors. The motor is not stuck, but the yard scrapped the generator and starter for the copper Does anyone know how many years of starters would fit the 29 motor?