As some of you Olds guys know, I just got the 303 Olds running and "yard" driving in the 40 Ford coupe. I am on the back side of life, so it's time to try to get the 32 to run and drive...finally.. No, I don't have money, I simply buy really rough cars that nobody else wanted. I finished a side job at noon, and rolled this backwards into the L shaped heated work bay. I picked up 2 new mockup/takeoff Coker 760/15 rear tires when I went to get the 40 brake parts at the old car parts warehouse. I wanted to mock them up today. I've bought and sold quite a few pairs of "takeoffs" bias tires, trying to find something that looks right, so I hope I can live with this setup. It has Firestone 670/15 on the front. The stainless rings seem to be what Bob Bleed has on the Olds Rocket powered "little red truck". I need to get some center caps that will fit the wheels.. Anyways, plans are to go through the twin 49 Olds backdraft carbs, mount the manifold, redo the front motor cradle mount (again), then fire it up. If that goes OK, I'll mount up the clutch slave, rebuild the old chromed 60/62 brake/clutch master cyl. Also cut the driveshaft to fit and then pull the motor to clean it, paint it and install the old chromed front timing cover. I screwed up bigtime by starting a highboy with old side headers...and then went "full fendered" at a late stage in the build. The driver side exhaust is now going to be a problem, but hope to sort it out.