Had a fun Sunday with some friends moving this 32 from a long time storage. I have not been able to take part in very many of these barn find type expeditions so I glad that I was able to help with this one. Duane on the left is the proud owner of this 32. It has been in his family for many decades. It was the only means of transportation for his family for many years and his father used to haul refrigerators on the back bumper for his refrigeration business.Hi mother put that dent in the right side and never drove again..... Some early flatheads, a 32 rear end and some fenders to replace the well used and and often repaired originals. When you sit virtually undisturbed for 15 years you get a little dusty. Good news is there were no signs of mice or rats. Another shot of the engines. The light at the end of the 25 year tunnel Lots of parts. Origin and usefulness to be determined later Lots of wheels. I counted 12. The tires on the car were flat as they can get so we had to put some rollers on it to move it. We had to move the parts out of the way to get the car out. I spied this 40 trans in the parts mix. I want to look inside that puppy and see if it has some usable parts.... Daylight at last! Closeup of a happy owner The owner plans to restore the car to original. This looks like a very clean almost rust free car. A rare thing theses days. It probably is so rust free because it was last licencesnsed in 1965 and has been in dry storage in central Washington all of this time. Tucked away in the trailer for the trip to it's new home and future restoration. It took two trucks and trailers to get all of this stuff transported. It was a fun day with cooperative weather at only 80 degrees . Had some good fun with some old and some new friends. Just had to share it with the HAMB community which think will appreciate it.