As I have said somewhere online and here in person to my son and other visitors, I do certainly find answers to my issues by reading or actually, writing my posts. I am GLAD I did "the two post tirade" today, for getting the answer of which bay the 83 k10 was "supposed" to be parked for the winter. It is now crystal clear that me trying to get the 303 Olds engine out of the LaSalle room late yesterday for Kyle to use in the 30 Chevy RPU, then get out the self-propelled commercial leaf blower behind THAT, and a push mower that NEED to go in the garden shed... the 35 chassis would then be out of that end bay for the 83 truck. NO! the 34 chassis/body needs to go in there! The 1983 is turnkey, starts-runs mint, it will stay in the main work bay in case the Cord needs to be driven into that bay, if serious motor work is needed. The 34 being in that "dormant" out-of-site/out-of-mind Bay, will keep any pressure off of my thoughts that likely might have me make more mistakes when hurrying to make that 34 chassis yard drivable...just to make the work bay easy to access! I have, and HAD no plans to touch the 83 till next years good weather seasons, and that will not change, I have my own truck, as does my son have one too! ok, when Leopold dropped the sandrail off, and as he was pulling in the lot, I motioned with outstretched hands, to signal him to drop it anywhere he wanted. He chose the BEST possible spot as it turned out. I do not need to move it, nor even touch it for resale! As he got out to run the rollback controls to dump it, he said "you have a nice place here" as he was looking down past the side of my long shop where all the junkpiles are. He was meaning that I do have a big building, a place to do this crap, no problems with any neighbors abutting there, and lots of room way the heck past the building. Heck, I don't even own "out back"! My property line is 13 feet off the back corner of the rear bay, I simply am using someone else's property as they couldn't care less!