For those of you on the HAMB who do not know about our new acquired project; we purchased a very solid, completely original 1930 Model A Coupe. It is unrestored, all original interior, 4banger, mechanical brakes, very old paint, runs and drives, yadda yadda yadda. It's a very solid car. Our plans are to hot rod it but we don't really know what we want or where we want to go with the build. Right now; it's just putzing around town as-is but I can tell you that's going to get old really quick I have been browsing the '30-'31 Model A Thread and have a few cars in that thread that have provided good inspiration. The search tool here on the HAMB isn't the most reliable and i find myself spending endless amounts of time finding threads from waaaayyyy back that will actually give us any ideas...since the search tool pulls up everything recent first. I can tell you that we plan on running a 425 Nailhead in the coupe with an SP400 trans. We already have the engine/trans so that part is all set. Dont know if we want to run fenders or not. Leaning towards no fenders but then photos of a badass fendered car show up; and we're torn again . I know we want to chop the car, no more than 4 inches.....probably 3 1/2 to keep us comfy. This car will likely be our last build and itll be with us for many years to come...so we want to do it right and have it really reflect what we want out of the coupe. We're not sure if we want the overall look from the outside to look "pre-war" era with the original frame/regular stance or if we want to go more 1950's traditional rod with a '32 frame and an altered stance (front down low; rear up high), etc. We've seen so many different cars its really hard to pick a direction. We've been saving magazine articles with cars that have provided some inspiration to us but I'm now asking HAMBers to provide photos of your cars. I also ask you to please include some info on what you've done so we have an idea of what we could run in the car, how to build the frame, interiors, different chops, etc. Whatever you feel like including...PLEASE SHARE! I thank you very much in advance for inspiring us to build a badass car.