A few 32s
From what I understand about the Single-Six 32/ Vaqueroetts.
The hoped for market was the Female SASS shooters. Problem was it was not that big of a market so few were sold until they were sold at a great discount by the distributors. That is the main reason so few are found today IMHO. Yea I like mine because they allow me to shoot in SASS ONE handed with the smaller frame and lower hammer. As far as the round if you are a reloader a 38 will do everything that a 32 does and more. Now with the New Vaquero I don't think there is that much difference in weight. I have seen a lot of the SASS Females go back to the 38s.
Around 2003-4 when the 32s were discounted to $237.00 each a FFL and friend of mine and I bought 14 of them for SASS shooters. I kept four of them. Two blue and two stainless. The stainless one are sequential serial numbers.
These were the ones my Grandson was using in SASS. He went on to other things so they went to a new SASS owner in 2007 at $500 each Colt called them the 32 cal. Rainmaker, 38 cal. was the Lightning and 41cal. was the Thunderer. If I remember correctly.
I still have these and shoot them with Black Powder and that new fangled stuff. Sounds like I could get my money back if I sold them