Need some help with identification. We acquired this car from a friend here in Mooresville. Its been stored in the Charlotte, NC area for some time. Its a great example of how the cars changed over time. Cannot find the driver/owner names from the paint but maybe someone's seen this car in the past. Here's some of the parts on it - 1937 Chrysler front axle - '46-'48 ford left front spindle - '37-'41 ford right front spindle - '32 ford front spring - '33-41 ford 3/4 ton truck rear end/torque tube/trans - late 30's ford rear shocks - '39 ford wheels Cool fabrication work throughout the car. Including connecting rods to hold the steering column in, axle parts for torsion bars, hand formed nose and body panels, etc. The '37 21 stud flathead was something we mocked up. The car has a single inlet/outlet radiator and an adapter plate for what looks like a chevy motor.