I suppose in the most general sense, this 1932 Plymouth PB coupe is a "deuce" because well... it's a '32. But that cheapens it. This car is much more than any typical '32 Ford. The PB model was made for 6 very short depression era months. When was the last time you saw a real PB coupe? In fact, we only know of about 3 other PB hot rods (one is a roadster) in the whole country. There are probably more, but they are safely squirreled away from the likes of "butcher hot rodders" like us. So this summer, when you see this black beauty out at a cruise night or car show... study her. Take in her nuances beyond what a stock PB would feature (there are lots!). Just don't call her a "deuce".