I was always in awe of other peoples barn finds, never thought I would be that lucky. I was talking to a guy at a local show a few weeks ago about all of the '36 fords that were there that I had never seen before. He said that he had one in his barn that had been there a long time and that I should come over sometime and look at it. After a few days, I stopped in and checked it out (didn't want to look TOO excited). It was in the second floor of this barn since around '73. After making the deal, we spent a whole afternoon just pulling other parts away from it to make it semi-visible. Then it took 3 more afternoons to get it down. The pictures tell the story... It's a very solid '36 5-w with only minimal rust in the lower quarters from where the mouse piss soaked nests were. I took some cleaner to the black primer last night and it's washington blue underneath, just what I want. Current plans are to swap a built 59A and a T-5 in lieu of the 21 stud LB and 39 tranny. I want to keep the look of wide 5's with no hub caps, so I'm going to figure out how to cut up a wide 5 drum and use it like a hubcap. Probably dropped axle and discs in front and 8"/9" in rear. I want this to be a long distance machine. Probably will convert to a rumble and eventually respray in washington blue. Damn I'm in heaven, now just need to sell my shoebox project to finance the build (shameless plug, it's in the classifieds).