With access to all information on anything now at our finger tips, it makes me wonder if our creative juices have become stifled, or maybe influenced too much by all the expert knowledge that is out there. Back in the day without all this information at their finger tips, there was that first guy who: Installed a Hemi in a Willys' Coupe (you can't do that, they weren't designed for that kind of HP or weight), a straight axle in a '55 Chev (screw up the factory suspension to revert back to some archaic design?), a SBC in a Henry J (not enough room, too much weight, etc.), brush painting a car (that would look like crap, brush strokes, etc.), Liquid Nails as a seam sealer (it's not made for that), as some examples. I want to hear about your original ideas put to use with success, that later thru our vast amount of information available found out that it couldn't be done, or it wouldn't work.