Then I found an add in Craigslist about two hours south of the boarder. I thought it was a scam, the add showed a great car at a price that I felt was considerably below market value. When I called the seller, it seemed legitimate, but I was skeptical. My best friend and I decided to make the trip and see what the story was. At the very least we would have a good story and go for a burger and a beer.
It ended up being everything I was looking for. A 1930 that was an older restoration from 1970, lacquer paint that was starting to crack in some places. Just the look I wanted. So I paid the man a deposit and came back the next weekend with a trailer to bring it home. This a picture was taken by my best friend who came with us of my son and I after we loaded it up.
Here it is sitting in its new home awaiting its new direction.