Barn Find 1932 Ford: A Hot Rod Build From The 1950’s That Was Never Finished But Ultimately Pulled From The Barn For A New Lease On Life
Eastwood’s Parked series is kinda cool, and this is one of the stories from it. The idea behind the series, titled Parked – Automotive Adventures, is to have you hot rodders out there submit your stories of cool automotive adventures. There is no production crew, there is no script, just you sending in an email to tell them about your adventure. They choose some cool ones, get photos and video, then shoot a skype video with you telling the story of your find or whatever. In this case, Brant Halterman is telling a story of a mysterious 1932 Ford that had been forgotten, but not forever.
This barn find all starts from stories that a friend of his dad’s would tell, of his 1932 Ford 5-window coupe and the adventures surrounding it. When Brant’s dad passed, it wasn’t very long before the friend did too. And then one day there was an ad online for a 1932 Ford. When he saw the photos it didn’t even register in his mind, but after talking to the seller he realized he was talking to the family of his dad’s friend and that this was the 1932 Ford he’d been told about for years.
I’ll let him tell you the rest of the story, and show you where it was and how it got out of that little old barn. If you have your own story to share with the gang at Eastwood, then for the love of god send them a message and see if you can get your story told on Parked. All you have to do is email them at [email protected] and make sure to tell them that Chad from BANGshift sent you!
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