It's finally happened. My '31 coupe went under the knife. I've had the coupe for a while and have enjoyed it as a stocker, but now that I have my cabriolet, I decided (with a lot of "You NEED to chop that thing!" coments from my fiance) that it was time to drop the top and do something cool with it. I'm keeping the fenders on it and running a warmed up banger motor, so I decided on a 3 inch chop. I drove it to the shop, where we then pulled the tank and the garnish molding and got to work. I think it turned out really great! I'd like to thank my fiance Linda, Fidgiter, Jake, Revhead, Jennifer and a special thanks to MarkX. I was happy to have MarkX's experience there since he's done some really great chops in the past. Here is what the car started out as. Fidgiter and MarkX looking at how to remove windshield stuck screws FIRST CUT!!! Jake's turn MarkX making it look easy Jennifer and Linda, who did a lot of the welding the second day. What a girl! I'm a lucky guy! And the top is loose! Test fit. Looks good Doors and roof tacked back into place. Down hill from here! What an improvement. Lone Star Round Up bound! I'll be continuing to work on it, including suspension and brakes, but for now, I'm happy the chop is here! Thanks for checking it out!