This is the 1932 5 Window Coupe that we found this winter. It was boarded up in a garage in Richmond in 1961. It belonged to Bill Kane Sr. a member of The Virginia Creepers CC. The car came with a lot of receipts from the late 50's and a bunch of memorabilia. We have no plans to change it for now. We really just want people to see it for what it is and how it was built by the young man who owned it. We took it to the Asphalt Angels CC Show this winter just for that reason. We'll be sharing pictures and information as time permits. It's a great car and a great story. Thanks for following along.
Doug Sr. took the '32 out to the Asphalt Angels Car show this past weekend.
He took home the Judges' Choice Award! Bravo!
We had the spot next to Roddy Moore, who brought out Slick Patterson's '39 Ford custom
built right here in Richmond in 1948. It's an extremely early east coast custom.
So good to see such great local history sitting next to each other.
Here is the car on Monument Avenue sometime around 1950, I think.
Roddy also had some real neat local club plaques on display,
as well as a great website dedicated to documenting Virginia hot rodding: