Today I lost my best friend Doug, he was my brother. In 1963 my Grand father gave Doug a 1936 Ford Five Window Delux Coupe. Doug and I did the best a couple of novice could do to restore the 36. Grampa died in 63 and never saw the car finished. After a visit to the hospital with Doug the wife and I went through the old neighborhood. Saw the garage door of and old friend Len Jasmin open. I swung the wifes Buick too the curb. She protested about showing up unanounced but I told her that I had seen Len at the Speedway motorcycle races at Industry Hills last year. He asked if I was still married the that cute little blond that worked at Gemco. After knocking on the door Len opened it with the surprised look of a kid at Christmas. He remembered Gingers name and welcomed us in. He show us some photo albums. WOW, right in front of me was a picture of the "36". That was the only picture I have seen of the car other than an old High School newpaper picture that has faded with 45 plus years. Len had picture of all the peoples cars that stopped at his home. Next to the 36 was Dean Lowes brother Jacks 32 Four door sedan. That album brought back some great memories. Len asked if I wanted the picture, what could I say? I didn't have any. Well here is a picture of the car from July on 1967. My brother sold the car in about 1973 to a gentleman in Glendora California. I know the HAMB goes coast too coast and then some. If anyone has seen or has information about this car please send me a note, the wife and I would love to see th coupe again. I am going too miss that grumpy old man that was loved by all. Godspeed Doug.