Hey MARTINSR! Thanks for the advice!
I am a newbie when it comes to building Hot Rods, but I decided to tackle this car because it is my dream car, and I have a ton of friends who have been building rods forever, that are more than willing to help.
The most I have done is a ground-up restoration of a TR-6, far from a 1934 Chevy as far as restorations go. haha.
I have read those articles, and I think they are awesome. I just wasn't sure if the advice given would work on major sized dents like my car has.
And yeah, the wood structure of the car does worry me, but the wood is actually in surprisingly good shape, so I think that as long as I know how to put it all together, it should be fine.
If worst comes to worse, I will replace it with steel.
Last edited by mistermuscles; 09-14-2005 at 11:52 AM.