Here's my '52 more-door: It's in rough shape... inner and outer rockers were replaced by a previous owner, and they need to be done again. Trunk is rusted out pretty good... I need a push in one direction or the other. I want to keep 4 doors, but I am considering a section, chop, or both. The car will be bagged in the rear, static suspension up front. I have gotten it pretty much roadworthy and reliable, so now I'm itching to cut it up. I have never undertaken a project as large as a chop or section. I have body dropped a few O/T trucks (basically a channel job where the entire floor is raised), swapped tail lights, shaved handles, nosed/decked stuff, rust repair... basically a lot of minor jobs. Getting a windshield to fit scares me. No idea what to do there. I want to keep the stainless trim as well, and I'm not sure how to accomplish that. I have read every thread I can find on chopping these chevys (both 2 and 4 door). I have watched hours of video. So, some of you experienced guys talk me into (or out of) doing my first chop. I'm open to any suggestions/criticism/advice.