The engine compartment has been restored to its original condition. There was a
flathead V8 with a single barrel carburetor and the original style generator.
• The floors and frame appear to be solid.
• The insides of all four wheels are dry, indicating that the brake slave cylinders are not leaking. • The exhaust appears to be solid.
• Overall, the body is in good condition for 1935.
• The wire wheels are in good condition
• The convertible top is in good condition.
• The door panels, dash, seats, floor mat, and the underside of the convertible top are in good condition. • Both windows roll up and down easily.
• The rumble seat opens and latches easily
• The rumble seat material is in good condition.
• There are no perfect vehicles. The key imperfections are (in priority order):
• The vehicle has not run in about 25 years, so the oil, fuel, coolant, brake fluid and the tires should be changed before attempting to start and drive it.
• There are minor leaks to be addressed at the radiator fins and the master cylinder line fitting. • The frame to the right of the transmission has been cut away to allow the exhaust to run through it. A small plate should be welded back in to restore the frame’s strength. This is not expensive, but it requires a welder. • It appears that there was a minor collision in the rear bumper.