I have know about this car for a couple years, it was not too far from my house. It is a 1936 Ford Cabriolet that has been stuck in this old garage for the better part of 40 years. The owner is a 87 year old man who started customizing it in the late 40's. He had sectioned it then and it probably looked pretty sharp. In 1951 he began "updating" the car widening the fenders and trying to make it look "Porsche" like. He got it about half done and stopped. It came with the stock front fenders and lights. He has a custom built nose for it that I have not gotten yet. In the 1951 pics below you can see it has that custom nose on it then. This car is wierd. You first look at it and see a wreck. But you really start looking it. The chassis is a stock and very very nice 1936 frame with hydraulic brakes. The cowl (aside from sectioning) is also very nice. the floor is also very nice. The seat frame is in excellent shape. He says he has the interior, full top and side window frames that I need to get later...he said they were too burried to get now even though I tried. The stock rear fenders are mostly under the "new" quarters. With a shitty 5W body you could save this car either stock or keep it sectioned. I happen to know a guy with a beat 5W body I dunno what I'm going to do with it. I also found out today that my daily driver has blown head gaskets, and I need to get another car before winter hits. So it may go down the road, time will tell. Anyways, here she is coming out of the shit hole we found her in. Yes, I am crazy. I will post new pics of it in a couple days after I clean it out. This is it long ago. He let me barrow the pics. Note the plate is a Spokane plate and dated 1951. You can see it was sectioned, and is in the middle of getting the sides "modified" This is it when he bought it. What a bitchin car!!! And tonight. What a rough life she has had.