1932 Ford 5 window 4 cylinder Model B coupe, all steel Ford body and fenders. 8 year frame off restoration of a pristine California rust free car. The body was hand stripped and not even a door ding in panels. Original sound proofing still in doors. Overhead valve conversion was done in the late 50's by well known racer Joe Gemsa. Ram horn intake with 2 Winfield SR BB carburetors, motor rebuild was done by well known Jay Steel of Taylor Engine. This is an original Cragar overhead valve from the '30's and not a reissue. Kong Jackson was also helpful with the motor. Window glass is black edge and date coded. '38/'39 synchro trans. Brakes were juiced by Ansen Speed Shop in the 50's in Los Angeles. I have owned the car for 25 years. This is a rumble seat car with Lebaron Bonney interior. All correct screws, bolts and nuts were used in restoration. Original Kelsey Hayes wheels. I put the shorty bumper brackets on since I was not using the spare tire. The original bumper brackets and spare tire carrier are included. This car has appeared in Hop Up magazine and featured in the book, "Little Duece Coupe" by Robert Genat. A nicer, unique, pristine car would be hard to find.