Tuesday, May 22, 2018

a '32 roadster was just pulled out of a barn where it was parked in 1955, and forgotten about.

It still has the original side curtains and top

The known history of this roadster starts with a 1946 California pink slip, the year a Eureka, California, rancher bought it.

Look at this terrific radio and radio antenna... I've never seen an antenna like this!
It's a 1930s Firestone radio, and Stewart Warner gauges


1 comment:

  1. It was hot rodded at some point. Those are '39 Ford tail lights and what look like '39 Ford wheels and hubcaps on the rear. Those velocity stacks on the apparently dual carbs are interesting, positioning suggests a four cyl. which would match the lack of a V8 logo on the headlight bar.