To preface things, I have had my 1930 model A coupe for almost a year and half. When I got it (I traded a very rough 36 coupe project) it was basically a stock vehicle minus the fenders. In an attempt to get something on the road, I worked out a few bugs, chopped a little more out of the roof, and scooted around town under banger power and mechanical brakes. It didn't take long for me to decide that a v8 was in order so parts were collected and a second chassis was sourced out in order to keep the coupe on the road. Plans are to finish the Av8 chassis, then swap my body, wheels, and other things over and then cruise around under V8 power. I was lucky enough to participate in the 2016 hotrod hill climb, so I think it would be pretty cool to be able to take it this coming year in its more capable form. So, into the car. Here are some pictures of what it looks like now. Good driver, fun vehicle, but not quite enough power for me.