Member of the Month – March
1932 Ford five window coupe. My father Scot, bought this car when he was 17 in 1963, a basket case, for 300 dollors. He wrecked his 4 year old 59 Chevy Impala, and used it for a donor car, putting the 327 in the 32. By 1966, he had the car on the road, and began dating my mother. As a young hot rod builder, with a low budget, the car was toast by 1969. He then hauled the carcass around the country. In the early 80’s he began the restoration, using a 67 Cougar for a donor car, putting the 289 motor, and C4 tranny. He picked up some rare 16 inch Kelsey Hayes wire wheels, and had them cut, and widened down to 15 inch. The car is painted in the old fashioned, hand rubbed black lacquer. Finished in the mid 90’s, this is the car you see today at one of the Yarnell Texaco car shows.
Thank you Errol for your support of the Flat-Spot !