So I've decided that I want to build a Dodge Charger, in the style of the 60s or 70s, after I finish engineering of course. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Charger_(B-body) Either the one at the top of the page, or the one under the 'second generation heading. It's more of an aesthetic choice in that regard. I don't know a whole ton about auto-mechanics, but I think I could pick it up quite easily. Now while I feel confident I could deal with all the mechanical works, and learn anything else along the way, I don't want to risk building the frame myself. From what I've learned the tolerances are really low, especially for muscle cars. Any errors could make the car destroy itself if what I've learned is to be believed. Would it be easier to simply get that kind of car, and re-build it? The only thing I'm worried about there is the age of the frame, and whether or not it would still be safe.