The Ford Model B became wildly popular in the post-WWII era when a bunch of servicemen realized they could make a pretty cool hot rod out of it. It was further immortalized when the Beach Boys (and Alvin and the Chipmunks!) sang Little Deuce Coupe, and now Ford's bringing back the hottest octogenarian body since Cloris Leachman.
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Ford partnered with what is now the only officially-licensed supplier of '32 body shells, taking fresh metal and running it through the original factory stamping machinery to ensure that it's 100% identical to the original. Then, they apply a slightly modernized anti-rust coating, so that, in theory, it'll be good to go for another 80 years. All you need to do is bolt it onto a '32 chassis, which is super-easy to find.
They'll also hook you up with pretty much everything you need to build your own authentic '32 Ford from scratch, like gauges and engines both old and new.