I am about 5 years out from retirement and I am going as soon as I am eligible as some of you know from a previous thread. My goal is to buy a small Class C motor home and travel. We have had several different motor homes over the years and the problem is always that you need a car to tow behind. Here’s my idea. I always wish I had a hot rod when I reach my destination, so what about building a towable roadster? I won’t get hung up on original Henry steel, since this is more of a utilitarian vehicle and it may end up getting a lot of road rash. The plan was to use a Brookville roadster body and aftermarket chassis. Build a reliable power plant (sbc with roller cam) with a 6 speed tranny, so I can flat tow it by just putting it in neutral. It needs a top and some sort of side curtains in case of crappy weather. I’ll probably plumb a heater but no sort of AC. (It’s a roadster, it has built in AC). I am not sure about fenders, since the laws are different in every state. My personal preference is no fenders, but that’s not set in stone. It will at least have a hood top and full exhaust. I think it would be doable, I will just have to put some thought into a easy way to attach a tow bar. A dolly is not out of the question, but they are always in the way at the camp site, plus you have to worry about people latching on to them and driving off. I mean it has to be better than towing a smart car….. Thoughts?