This 1932 Ford Roadster is unique, not for the stance or paint scheme, not for the interior or the drivetrain and suspension, but rather because of the finish on all the metal components normally chromed. If you don’t know, the silver color you see in Chrome is actual the Nickel coating and then the chrome is what gives it the shine. When you walk up to this particular 1932 Ford you are struck by the amount of nickel used on it and how it is used in several ways. Polished, brushed, and on cast components as well. All with the same hue, but with a slightly different sheen. Nickel has a warmth to it compared to chrome, and that comes through on this roadster. Is it enough to take the coveted AMBR Trophy?
Who knows, but it is things like this that separate cars that sometimes look incredibly similar.