Great advertising for your business. 1929 Ford with Gibbons sedan delivery conversion and fiberglass fenders. Brookville frame, stock 350/350, Walker radiator. Dropped axle with reversed eye spring, Pete and Jakes shocks, GM disc brakes. 9" Ford trac loc (don't know gear ratio) with coil overs, drum brakes. 4 bars front and rear. Vega cross steering. Ididit tilt column, Moon gauges. Bitchin firewall and front floor. Plexi windows all around (orange in doors and rear). New brakes including master (under floor), all lines, cylinders and pads a year and a half ago. New mirrors. Running boards still have some plastic "peel off" protector on the edges. I have new interior door/window handles. Needs canvas top, interior and paint, exterior door handles and drip rails. Only rust is lower panel behind pass. door and I have the replacement patch panel. Chrome trans pan gasket leaks (I was told I should get an aluminum pan to metal match the trans and I shouldn't have that problem). I would add a zips water pump riser and relocate the gas tank (takes up too much space in back). Starts right up and I drive it around town. Has squeaks and rattles. Registered and insured in Georgia as a 1929 sedan delivery. Sold with a Vin verified Georgia Bill of Sale. Not shown but included is the full hood, front splash pan for under the grille shell and a pair of steel rear fenders that need a little work. I'm not playing the pricing game, like putting it at 18G's OBO. The price is $15,000. If you like it, buy it. If you don't, keep looking. I have more than that in it. Only putting it up for sale to generate some funds to restore "Dominique" ('56 Vette) sooner than later. Let me know if you have any questions or need more pictures.....or if you want to stop by we can go for a ride. Thanks!