Sorry, no pictures at the moment, but I suspect y'all could help me a little bit w/ advise.
I have long had in my stash of projects a nearly complete Tom Daniel California Street Vette that is missing the hood and the associated louvers that are on the hood. I got this off of "that auction site" some time ago as part of a lot. I recently acquired a hood, complete with the louvers and I thought I was ready to go to town on finally building this car.
I've got the hood and body clean, sanded, preparing for primer. I've started working on the rest of the car, and this is where I've got a little problem. The interior is glued to the frame in a rather unglamorous fashion. I've tried to remove it - even going so far as to freeze the parts and hope to pry them apart that way. No dice. Just too much tube glue. The suspension is rather warped, and parts are glued on (securely!) pretty crooked. So, my question - what will provide a good chassis, engine, and interior to this car? I know the "Corvette SS" was basically the same tool, but the only one of those that I have came in the same lot, and is in the same condition. Besides, I'd like to restore it, too. So, is there a readily available Corvette kit that can donate the innards and underparts to the TD Cali Street Vette and the "Corvette SS"?