As some of you might know I have been posting photos of my 1933 Ford 3 window coupe project that I bought from Rudy Rodriguez at Fullerton Fabrications in Brea, CA a few years ago...it's been a slow build but we are getting there. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/1933-ford-3-window-coupe-new-build.1009640/ Earlier in the year I was over in California and I had just bought a 33 bench seat for the coupe, when it was fitted I was worried the chop was going to be too drastic for me to sit in and see out of the windscreen to drive (at 6' 2")...so when I was offered a 1932 Ford 3 window coupe that had a 3" chop back that was done back in the 60's and last on the road in 77...I had to buy it (...as you do). It was covered in 30 years plus of dust and dirt from storage, I've spent some time cleaning it and trying to put it back together...there was no engine, but I was told it was set up to run a flathead.It has always been an Orange County car, there is a sticker on the windsheild header rail to say it was in a car show for the blind back in 1974. Since buying the car I've found a running flathead, had the small rust problems repaired (lower rear fenders behind the door), got the trunk to open and shut as it was too tight before. I'm hoping to have new photos of the car soon. The first few photos are how I found the car in storage while looking at another car.