1932 American Austin Bantam coupe. This coupe was restored in the early to mid 90's and has been enjoyed at local car shows, cruise in's, and driven in 4th of July and Christmas parades since that time. It starts and runs great and is a lot of fun to drive. I purchased it from the man that performed a frame off restoration on the car. I feel the mechanics are great but he also painted the car and the paint is what I would call a 10 footer as at 10 feet it looks great but with close inspection you can see flaws in the paint. I want the buyers to know the paint is not perfect. To use as a driver and go to local shows it will be great. The fuel gage does not work but it uses very little gas. I have taken it to shows and the little car will draw a lot of attention as folks will talk to you about the little car and most will take pictures. I did win a "First Place in Class" award at the AACA car show More attention was given this car than any other car in attendance. This is a rare and unusual little car and a lot of fun to own. It is ideal as it does not take up much room in your garage and if you want to trailer the car it will fit on a small trailer that can be pulled by a standard size sedan..