*Permission from Ryan to start another thread*. Hi guys, we don't know what happened, but my original thread flew the coupe. For those not familiar with this 1932 Ford five window coupe, or the story, my mother spotted it not long ago while looking online at upcoming estate sales in Virginia Beach, Virginia. A tiny portion of the car was seen in one of the pictures. When I looked at the picture, all I could see was the "A pillar" , and 4 pipes sticking out. I immediately contacted the folks that handled the estate, had a friendly conversation with them, asked for more pictures, and as soon as I received them, made a deal to acquire the car. The Deuce was built in Virginia around 1957, by the owner/driver Jesse Jackson III. It ran on the street, but was also a Drag Car. It is powered by a 1957 Corvette engine that initially had dual quads. Later, the 6 Strombergs were installed. It has a '39 Ford transmission with Lincoln Zephyr gears, and a '50 Merc rear. It has '41 Chevy tail lights mounted vertically , a '56 T Bird steering wheel, '49 Ford inside window cranks and handles, '55 Chevy ignition switch, old maroon and white "Tuck & Roll", and other than the slicks , tires, and freshly color matched wheels, is untouched from the mid 1960s, when the car was parked. The mural was painted by an artist named George Williams who lived in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. I respectfully ask that we keep all comments on the car, and not what the vintage mural stands for. I am looking for old Drag Racing photo's of the car. Any Hot Rodders from the East Coast, please check your pics and books, and let me know if you find anything. Today, the folks handling the estate where the car was at, found 6 never before seen photo's, and I am very excited about this. The first couple of pictures were taken in the garage where the car sat. The next few were taken after I painted the wheels (computer color matched by PPG) and installed the slicks and tires. The last batch of vintage pictures are the 6 that were sent to me today. Enjoy,and I hope someone out there digs up old racing pics.