This is a wonderfully restored and road worthy car. It is completely done and ready to enjoy. The body, paint, chrome, fit/finish, top and interior are all in fantastic condition. The engine is a 1935 21 stud 221 cubic inch flathead with 1936 cast iron heads. It performs wonderfully. I have driven the car and find it to drive extremely nice and perform as expected. It rolls on reproduction Firestone gum-dipped bias ply wide whitewall tires. They are the perfect original appearing tire. The triple pin-stripe matches the color of the wheels. The Coach Maroon paint is wonderfully applied and it is show worthy. I believe the grill shell is an original that was repaired and replated. The bumpers are also likely original and were replated. This car has the optional glove box radio. It lights and plays, but does not produce sound other than crackles. The antenna wire is supposed to be attached to the spare tire. It is not. So the addition of an antenna may just remedy the situation. The top bows were all replated. The top material and window are new. There are no side curtains. The column-lock switch locks via key, as does the spare tire. I don’t have a key that locks the rumble seat. The rumble seat and interior are all new. Other than the engine change and an Optima battery, this car is bone stock. The mechanical brakes work just fine. Afterall, you aren’t going to achieve 75 mph. The look of this car draws immediate attention. You will be even more impressed as you drive it.