I don't know what my fascination is with the .32-20 (aka ".32 WCF"). It's not a particularly useful round, but it sure is neat; I confess to taking out my .32-20 Hand Ejector just to look at more often then is probably normal. I sometimes dream of finding a Marlin or Winchester levergun of a respectable prewar vintage to serve as a companion piece.
I got the vapors at Premier Arms pretty badly today when they had not one, but two old .32-20 wheelguns in the showcase: A Colt's 1878 "Frontier" and an old Peacemaker. I thought about asking if they'd take my car in trade for the pair, but it was a long walk home.