A friend of mine lost his father and took me to his fathers place to help him and his mom clean up the place . Long drive out of state but anyway when we open the shop door there it sits . It is a 32 ford with a mid 50's olds motor chromed out with 2-4s and a bunch of louvers . Come to find out Bud Holcomb had built the car in the mid to late 50's and went on the show circuit for several years and won everything it entered . Then my friends grand father bought it and continued to show it thru about 63-64 I think and still won everything it entered . Now what happened between then and now I'm unsure of but I know the car was never altered or changed. My friends dad was restoring the car without changing a thing , just repainting , replating and making it look exactly as it was . He only got it about 80% done before he passed . They where showing me numerous Hot Rod magazines from the late50's and early 60's in which it was a cover car a couple of times and numerous feature articles on the car . Now the tricky part is his mom wants to sell and she knows everything about the car as she was on the circuits with him traveling around the country showing it . I think she is going to want some serious coin and I have no idea what it's worth with the pedigree it has . I should have some pics in the next few days and I'll post them up .