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  1. When a friend offered me the kit, I instantly knew what I was going to do with it. Online, I can NOT find a '32 Chrysler roadster that is in any condition other than concours stock. So therefore I must do something to remedy that. A beach racer is something I've wanted to add to my collection, in any case. The plan- hop up the engine a bit, lose the fenders. That's about it. I may lower the nose just a mil or two. When I started the engine, a flaw that was immediatly noticable is the exhaust pipe on the intake instead of the manifold. Although hard to notice when the parts are on the engine, I had to fix it. So far the block is assembled and primered and prep has started for the chassis parts. The trickiest part will be cutting up the fenders, to remove the flooring. I've modified the intake for a three carbs. Hope you like. More soon. As always, comments and criticisms are kindly welcome.
  2. This is an abandoned 32 Chrysler that's slowly being engulfed by its surroundings.
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