While a 1932 Chevrolet is a very good looking car ( and Chevrolet SOLD more vehicles in 1932 than Ford
) ... the fact remains that the 1932 Chevrolet has a LOT of wood inter-structure and does not have the resale value of other 1932 models ( especially the Fords ).
Add in the fact that yours is not a complete, running, driving vehicle also hurts it's value to a lot of folks. It is more of a project than a LOT
of folks want to undertake.
Without seeing the Chevrolet in person it is very difficult to place a value on it ... BUT ... a friend of mine bought a complete, running and old amatuer restoration 1932 Chevrolet coupe for 10 thousand dollars at a auction a few weeks back.