I live in a small town in NorCal and my wife and I were in the local gas station fueling our car when a Dodge pickup pulling a trailer drives in. On the trailer was a 32 hot rod roadster absolutely fresh out of the barn. I could not believe my eyes and both of the guys could not have been nicer to share the story of the find. Apparently it was owned by a 90 year old gentleman who is in a rest home and his family is selling his assets. The barn it was stored in had to have a wall removed to get the car out. Last licensed in 1955, the car has suffered from the environment but I am still in shock from getting to actually see it. In my total disbelief I failed to get their names but I do know the fellow that bought it is from Visalia, CA and was wearing a 200 MPH Club shirt. His friend was from Fresno, CA.. They said they took lots of pictures of the car seeing daylight again and my hope is that someone on the HAMB knows them and could convince them to post some pictures and share the once in a lifetime experience of pulling a true early hot rod out of a barn. Details as I saw them: 37-8 wide 5 drums and wheels with hubcaps all around, Hydraulic brakes, tube shock conversion, 59A flathead, 39 taillights below deck lid each side of the plate, Maybe AA truck front bumper, full top & side-curtains, rumble seat, trailer hitch on rear (interesting), duel exhaust out the back, full fenders and running boards. Someone will have to know these fellows and may be able to convince them to get some pictures out for all to see. I am still in awe of have the chance to see it personally. So they are still out there!