Don't get me wrong, I like to see old tin get hot rodded. But if that Durant is complete and the parts are in good shape, it might be a better plan to put it back together, spiff it up a bit, and sell it in the collector market. You should turn enough profit on it to go out and have your pick of comparable age cars that have already been hot rodded. Now if the tin on the Durant needs a lot of work or if a number of parts are missing...then, by all means, have at it with the chop saw.
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