Well, as some of you were following the old build thread: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=497401 I was building a Brookville '32 roadster. I never really wanted a roadster whole heartedly, but my budget couldn't afford a real deal Henry '32 at the time either, I really wanted a sedan or 5W to start with, now of which I have one each of, but the 5W is for another day and another build. I sold the roadster body to a fella down in North Carolina, and sold an off topic car I had for a few years and made a good amount of profit off it, so the hunt was on for a real deal '32. I made a deal for this sedan from gearheadbill on here, probably one of, if not THE nicest person I have EVER dealt with. He was upfront, honest and an all around GREAT seller. We made the deal and the body was on it's way from Washington state to here in Cincinnati Ohio. I checked the tracking number every day for a week, probably the most nerve racking experience I've gone through in a quite some time, just hoping YRC shipping didn't smash it or something. Needless to say, it arrived here perfectly, with only one caster broken off the pallet. I have a full LeBaron Bonney interior that came with the body that will be going in the car for the original old time look and feel, as well as all the garnishes, window regulators, channels, latches, TONS of parts. Here are a shot from the day it arrived at our loading dock, it had about 15 tracking number stickers all over it. We moved the body to the garage later that day and looked it over from front to back. Completely rust free, never had a patch panel anywhere, just about perfect. Almost hurts to give this one a haircut! Not really. This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for and it's going to make one hell of a hot rod! Tonight I cut stitch welds and drilled all the spot welds out, so I could get the Direct Sheet Metal rear floor out and get the body bolted down onto the frame, mocked up the front floor and started planning out my next move. The rear frame horns are going to be cut down once again, hopefully I can get that knocked out tomorrow. Well enough talk here, on to the pictures!