1932 Chevrolet, this survivor Hot Rod was built in 1958-1961. The interior , paint, pin striping was done between ’58 & ’61. The car was originally dragged raced Oklahoma until ’61 when it was put into storage. The car remained in storage until 2010. It was then brought out and freshened up. The motor was originally an olds, until it burnt up and replaced in ’60 with a ’59 SBC 283 with Powerpack heads. The car has ’54 front brakes, ’57 chevy reared, 4 speed trans with Hurst comp shifter. This is a true survivor that has been driven on long road trips. It doesn’t get more real then this. It’s solid, no rust, with the updates being lake style headers, 3″ lowering blocks, and 3″ drop axle up front, white wall tires have been replaced as well. Paint and interior showing age, but that makes it even cooler. Check it out on eBay, click here.