I bought this old 32 5W body right about a year ago. It came out of nowhere, a friend told me about it and luckily I was able to buy it. In that year, I’ve collected a lot of neat goodies for it, including a nice frame that came out from under 32 pickup I bought here on the Hamb. I recently moved, and the car hasn’t really been worked on, it sat in storage for 6 months while the move happened. I finally brought it home a few weeks back. My wife and I, along with some good friends, went to deuce days located in Vancouver BC back in 2019 and had a really good time. I heard that was the last one, however, I just saw that there will be a 2022 deuce days, so I thought it would be cool to try and get this pile on the road. Half ass because not only will I not be able to make it super nice, I kind of like the fact that it is kind of shitty looking. So let’s see what happens. The car has a lot going for it, but needs it all. Was a hot rod since the early 50’s, has a very nice 2” chop. I do have a ‘57 283 that’s been kicking around from another project that’s all rebuilt. I just need my dad to bore the block and we can put it together. I have a nice 33/34 rear end with 3.54’s I got from my friend Brandon Mead, and Corey Taulbert shortened the drive shaft and torque tube already. @NealinCA machined and F1 steering box for me and I have a rebuild kit for it. Front axle I stumbled across in a yard, an old dropped heavy axle that should work. I have a neat dash and gauges I’ve collected for a while, the car has all the glass in it. It does need a complete floor, which I have a United Pacific complete floor assembly I bought from @Rocket's Hot Rod Garage late last year. I have a very talented friend who is going to install the floor, do some patch panels and just get the whole thing dialed in for me this fall. So, yesterday I dug some stuff out, mocked up to see what I have, what I need and what I need to do. The engine needs to go back a couple inches more, but I need to trim the firewall first. The clutch pedal needs heat/bent to clear the steering column. It needs this and that but it’s all pretty basic stuff. So stick around, I have a year to do this. I think I can, and if I can’t I won’t be too worried. With two little kids I’m trying to not kill myself these days getting an old car on the road but at least it’s a goal. This is how I found it, sprung from a barn and just getting ready to be advertised. This is the 32 pickup I bought here on the Hamb, which had a pretty nice original frame under it I sold the 32 pickup and my old frame to a good friend Chris Carter. He asked me if I could follow up with a guy on Craigslist who had some pickup front fenders for sale. So I met the guy, grabbed the fenders and literally tripped on this axle sticking out of the weeds And here we are today.