For your amusement. In May 2009, my brother call me and asked if I wanted to go to a junkyard about 30 miles from my house and look for car parts for my 1953 Bel-Air. Of course I did. I was looking for a 12v alternator-mid 70's, a radio that would fit the dash - had cardboard cut-out for sizing, a spare tire 14" 4 3/4", and seat belts. Well, I did not find any of those parts, but for $600 plus $100 delivery I found my 1951 Cadillac Series 62, 4 door sedan. I actually thought it over for about 3 hours prior to buying it. I wasn't planning or resorting it, maybe a rat rod caddy??? My brother had plenty of extra part spread around his place, so it should cost too much to get it running. Now I did put one condition on the sale that the frame had to be solid. The owner assured me that it was. I'm guessing that he laughed to himself thinking that since the frame is about the same size as the I-beams used on the Golden Gate bridge I guess they are solid. Three days later my car was delivered on the back of a flat bed tow truck. It looked a little rougher on this day then the day I bought it. I guess the rear finder flapping in the wind tends to lower your expectations. Now at the junkyard the Caddy was loaded with a forklift. An item that I don't own or have access to at the house. But I figured that he would just raise the bed of the truck and my baby would just roll-off the truck. Not so fast, the bed was raised to its full height and the Caddy didn't move and inch. Newton's Law of Gravity was by defied. (At this point I would like to take credit for the rise in the stock price of PB Blaster, and blame for the spot shortages of the product in the Eastern Kansas over the past 2 years.) We then hooked my Jeep Wrangler up to it and attempted to pull it off. After smoking the clutch, the truck driver decided to have my hold my brakes on the Jeep as he drove off. Success the Caddy came off the bed and was in my it's parking spot. Luckily it wasn't blocking anything because it took about 2-3 weeks to get all four tires to spin so it could be moved to a working location. I believe the car was last registered in Missouri in 1970, so it's been sitting a while Some things are rusted together.