Having now received our RCR40 Deluxe Plus Kit, we are now in the absolutely thrilling, but somewhat frightening command of building a car. Being 3/4 of a century old now, most everything I buy probably comes with a lifetime guarantee. And so, I won't be able to spend years on this project as others have done. Our intention is to build a street car only, possibly adding a few interior refinements, as quickly and efficiently as possible. There will be no attempt in any way to make this car an exact replica of an original. Therefore, what to do first? For starters, here's what I'm thinking: I had RCR fit the body and hang the doors. That said, there still appears to be a lot of work to be done straightening panels and making the gaps even. I had my body/paint friend look at it and he likes it. So, I thought about taking it to him right now, as is, and let him do some preliminary bodywork to it. Then, I can bring it back and start tearing into the build. In the meantime, my engine will be arriving soon and I can start assembling the clutch, ZF, and front dress to it. However, not wanting to make any huge mistakes, I'm looking for an efficient sequence of events. What are your thoughts?