Much like the Camaro and Tri-Fives are to their respective automotive niches, the venerable 1932 Ford -- aka, Deuce -- is a mainstay, a staple if you will, of this great hobby of ours. So much so, in fact, that faithful reproductions are on the uprise.

Proof positive in the Ford Motor Company booth at this year's SEMA Show currently going strong in Las Vegas is United Pacific's all-steel Deuce five-window body. Each is precision stamped (from heavy-gauge steel) to exact factory specs; doors are hinged/pre-hung (with rumble lid set up as a trunk); and complete interior wood bracing included.

Obviously licensed by the company that originally created it, this isn't necessarily the next best thing to an 80-year-old original--in many cases, it is better!