The ’32 Ford Coupe practically started hot rodding. Making things faster has been around for as long as there were things to make faster, but the ’32 Ford really set a tone for the hot rodding world. In the ’50s and ’60s (as in the movie American Grafitti), ’32 Fords were 20+ year old cast-offs from parents and grandparents to a new generation of hot rodders. While mom and dad were buying the latest land yachts Detroit had to offer, the kids were getting the hand-me-downs and putting their spin on them. Milner’s Coupe is a perfect example of a ’50s-’60s hot rod. Kids made due with what they had because they worked at grocery stores, drive-ins, and farms for a few months every summer to build their cars the best they knew how. Enjoy this installment of Movie Car Monday and Happy Wrenching!