I decided I needed a change and Chris just so happened to tell me about this Tudor...and it was close. So I went to look at it and it was decent. A few dents and dings, but not bad. To make things worse, it was an early one and I have a weakness for early 32 stuff. I talked to my wife and next thing I know it's following me home. I've missed my fordor from the minute it was getting loaded into the new owners trailer, so the plan will be a similar build parts wise. This is my first Tudor and am really excited about having big doors! I have big aspirations to get it going quickly... but with 2 attention loving kiddos, will see how much time I can actually throw at it. I got rid of the parts I didn't think I would need and picked up some parts that would speed up the process. Went and visited @Kustomkid and punched some louvers in the hood. and then last week I took a staycation so I could stop fretting over how much to ruin the nice original sheet metal. After I test fit the back, I almost had an oh no I chopped it too much moment, but I'm diggin it once the front of the roof was back on. I love the chop on Sam Lytle's sedan. So bitchin. I absolutely love the head light treatment on Brian Bass's roadster, so I did something similar for the Tudor. I'm hoping to get the chop all finished welded before to long. I'm hoping I can roll it out and get a looksy before the snow flies. Maybe it will be running this spring?? I will update more when I get some more progress.