This is a barn find from 2010 in the Middle of Nowhere Montana. It was in a farm equipment shed since 1968. I was looking for a platform for a street rod, and I bought the car while it was still in the shed with all kinds of crap stacked on it and around it. After I got it out and loaded on the trailer, I saw just how complete the car was. Nothing was missing with the exception of the left rear taillight lens. When the rest of our car clubbers got a look, it was made quite known that I would incur the wrath of the OLD IRON GODS, and most all of the Purists in the world if I so much as even thought, let alone did anything but leave it original. I succumbed to my better judgement and sold it for 2500 to a Mopar guru who promised upon a fate worse than death if he did anything to the car that was outside of a restoration. These two pictures show exactly the way this car will look now and forever. The new owner will take it to car shows (driving the DeSoto not trailering) in Montana this year. It will be shown as a "Montana Barn Find". After soaking the cylinders for over a month, clearing out the mice nests, and having all the glass replaced, this car runs, drives, and even carries herself at highway speeds thanks to the all time "magic" transmission. (full time overdrive). The new owner found the missing taillight lens at a car parts swap meet about 15 blocks from his house. (OLD IRON GODS love this guy) Yes Dorothy, there are still barn finds out there. Might not be in Kansas anymore, but definitely in Montana. Oh, the only part that need to be replaced was the brake light switch. This car is a dream to drive, and has only 38,000 miles on it and does not use oil, or smoke. Starts right up and is so quiet. Unbelievable.