1931 all steel by Brockville Roadster, roadster pickup (RPU), full fender with a 1932 grille shell and 1932 style bumpers. Sits on a TCI Chassis with front disc brakes and a Ford 9” rear/drums. Front suspension is a dropped I beam axle with cross leaf spring. Rear has coilers. The frame and suspension is painted black for easy maintenance. This is a professionally built RPU from southern California that runs and drives very well.
It has a Hartz style foldable/removable top with a glass back window. It has wind wings on the side of the front windshield posts that reduce wind buffeting. The interior is upholstered in blue vinyl with a blue tight weave carpet. it comes with two sets of seat cushions, one is low profile and the other is 4” thick foam and longer for more leg support which helps during long drives. It also has a radio and auxiliary power ports to charge phones or other electronics. It has a Chev. tilt steering column with a Grant steering wheel. It also has cruise control but it needs to be finished hooking up. The bed has a wood floor with the gas gas tank in it with a hard cover with matching dark blue vinyl and a spare tire mounted under the bed. Included with it is a California Car cover, a $400.00 value.
Engine is a 1968 Chevrolet 327 ci small block with an automatic TH350 transmission. The headers are cast Sanderson with a nearly new complete exhaust system. It has a nice rumble but is quiet enough for long drives. The engine has a chrome dress up kit with chrome valve covers, air filter, oil and transmission pans. Also has two horns, a regular and an old Model A style horn.