Up front apologies to those of you building patina-d farm trucks on S-10 frames, but the HAMB is for HOTRODS! And it's time we do something kickass. B1gDaddy (Anthony) contacted me a while back about doing a new frame for his 34 coupe. We hashed back and forth and then he sold the car and bought what he really wanted. A 1932 Ford 3 window Coupe! Not just any coupe either, it was being built by Rudy at Fullerton Hotrods when it's owner couldn't go forward. They did a killer 5" chop and set it up with just the right rubber and rake. The car went to Tucson and found a temp home at HiSpeed where they did shot it in DP90 and put it up for sale. Then I got the call to go get it! Hiding in waiting for its chance to spring. So it sat safe in the shop waiting for the collection of parts, Anthony wanted a period correct for a late 50's to early 60's build. He purchased a real angle plug head, dual quad 327 and we argued about rear axles and transmissions. Finally settling on a Winters Quickchange prepared by Dick Spadaro and a Tremec TKO five speed. Then it was all on me to kick this thing into gear and get moving.