Saw an ad on the HAMB for a '34 Ford Cab, with no picture, just an email address. It was local to me, so I went to see it. When I saw the condition, it blew me away, and I jumped on it. It was restored in the '70's, and purchased by the guy I bought it from 4 years ago. He put a 59AB in it, along with a '39 box, and juice brakes. He's not a Hot Rodder, and has over 10 stock Model A's. He was out of space and needed room before the winter hit. We made a deal last Friday, and I left him a small deposit before returning today with the cash. To his credit, he was offered significantly more from a guy in Australia, but he kept his word, and I got the car. No small feat in today's world. It is without a doubt the nicest early Ford body I've ever seen. No rust or patch panels. Stay tuned for the transformation this Spring.