http://www.ebay.com/itm/191541603494?item=191541603494&viewitem=&vxp=mtr This car owned by family since new was recently pulled out of seventy plus year storage. This car was modified in the early 1930s from a original 24 club coupe. Top was cut down and covered with lathing strips, airplane fabric and painted silver. In the late thirties original engine was replaced with Willys "77" four cylinder which was lighter and had more horsepower. These mills were used in race cars of that era and some are still used in lake cars today. Willys transmission was attached to existing three speed Studebaker tranny, giving this car two shifters and 9 forward gears. Wood headers above door will need replaced. Top strips are solid other than small area of duck tail at rear Needs new wood in floors, frame and running gear are solid. A few small areas of rust on sheet metal but nothing that can't re repaired. See pictures. Car was running when parked. Engine most likely stuck and should be oiled down before attempting to start. Car rolls and steers. Pictures of pictures are of this car before chopped top and of young owner in early thirties sitting on running board. Has to be one of the earliest documented untouched examples of a rod of that era that exists today. Reserve very reasonable. Bill of sale only.