1929 Daimler LQ2 20
The car found its way to Jamaica at some point in its life before being brought to Northeast Montana in 1971. It was parked in a barn in 1971 where it sat for 43 years! The car has been “nursed” back to life and is ready to be brought to its original, noble condition.
The car overall looks to be pretty solid. There is no visual rust from the pictures and really no body damage. I would be worried about the interior panels. These cars had some fancy wood panels that would be near impossible to reproduce back to original without deep pockets. If you were to go the street rod look this would not matter too much. You can just do it your way! Or you can chop, drop, remove the fenders and have that rare Noble Rat Rod in town.
This car was the choice of royalty and the well-to-do in its time. “The very rich, famous and sophisticated.” So if you want to feel like or you are “royalty,” hire a restoration or rod shop to do the work for you the way you want. Let someone else do the dirty work.