The 194ci OHV inline-6 engine is the venerable “Stovebolt” platform that powered GM cars and trucks (including the first Corvettes) from 1929 all the way through 1979. This is the car’s original engine with a casting date of B 22 2 (February 22, 1932) and the original ID stamp which matches the title. Both the engine and 3-speed manual transmission have been rebuilt. Same with the brake, steering, and suspension components. All this work has resulted in a 1932 automobile that starts right up and drives like it did 90 years ago. This Confederate looks equally great on the inside where it received a new gray Hampton Coach interior. The seats, carpet, headliner, and door panels are all excellent. Note the spacious back seat in this car! The dash was completely redone as well. All instruments have clear lenses and crisp faces, while the control knobs and levers operate smoothly and have proper labels. The car includes a windshield wiper and new-for-32 free wheeling control. It was also retrofitted with turn signals hidden in the fog lights. The Chevrolet Confederate was an excellent car in its day, having been marketed as the “Baby Cadillac” (which really meant something in 1932). Today they are rarely seen, especially in this condition. This one is as nice as you'll find and is a breath of fresh air from all the Fords you usually see from this era.