On new years eve 2013 I purchased Geneviève, lonely, disheveled looking and partly disassembled, but otherwise complete. She comes with lots of spare parts, trims, autoglass gearboxes etc.
I've known of this car for a couple of years but only recently acted and secured her. So the restoration begins, the plan is to completely strip the car to a bare shell, place on my home made rotisserie to facilitate a thorough clean up, repair and repaint before reinstalling the running gear..
I don't need to track down many parts (except engine parts) as the car came with a few essentials already, wheel bearings, brake shoes and brake cylinders etc. The whole inside trim will be rebuilt from scratch and I'll be trying to make it as original looking as possible, with period correct fabrics, flooring, roof lining etc. The front end, gearbox and drivetrain will all need to have new rubber bushes and mountings remade by myself using liquid polyurethane (probably 45 items) as I don't care to be scouring the world for these parts, it's just easier to make them.