Thank you for your concern. I'm not immensely worried about what it costs me or how long it takes; the satisfaction of actually getting the car back on the road is all I desire. So far, I've been working on a list of what it needs; carburetor setup, fuel tank, fuel pump, brake overhaul, floor pans, hood hinge, wooden dash bits, seat upholstery, rocker panels, body repair, and electrical work.
It's a lot, but, it's not unreasonable. My first goal is to get the engine running off of a fuel cell so I can diagnose the rest of the issues.
If anyone has a good source for spark plug wires and a distributor cap, I could use it.
Once I get it up and running, the brakes will be next.
I may leave the exterior alone for a little bit, as the idea of a beater Rolls Royce is somewhat novel.