Last july, a good friend contacted me as he was on a chase for a model A project. He visited this elderly man that he knew and came to see something he's was not quite sure of. Some time waayy back, it was put on a model A chassis and disguised as a model A roadster. Just goes to show that at one point, these were mostly considered junk I told him he needed to buy it and it was, literally, likely to be the only chance he would get in his lifetime, for something like that A month ago he asks me if I would like to take over the project...... he had to realise that getting the project rolling, missing parts and labor, would be too tall an order for him. Naturally I was thrilled and happy that he would let me get a shot at it but as I also told him, it was really the worst possible timing, with alle the projects I was in the middle of. What it came down to was that you must live as you preach and I am well aware that this was the only time I would ever be offered the chance to own a real Henry deuce roadster...... so I took the deal and have to put it on a shelf and wait for the right time to come, for a real cool build. Plan is to put it together with all the parts I have lying around...... found a chassis a couple of years ago, converted to a grain wagon. Also got to buy a NOS grill shell some years back off another good friend. In short, I am still searching for a firewall, a dash panel, a 39 gearbox, a gas tank and a rumbleseat handle. I seems it pays to stick with the parts you have left over from previous projects Buddy..... you know who you are Thank you so much for letting me carry on this torch!