This certainly isn't a holy grail barn find, but it's still a cool piece of local racing history. It's a '64 Ford Fairlane, which has a straight axle (looks to be Ford Econoline), hacked-up quarter panels and a 12 bolt rear end. Story on the car is that Genuine Auto Parts in Hixson, TN built it and it was driven by Don Sparks. The car had a Boss 302, 4-speed, but later changed to a 351 in the '70s. The guy that ended up with the car didn't seem to care that this was an old race car. He brush-painted the car (including trim, emblems, etc.) white and scrapped the wheels that were on it....I believe it had slots on it. He also "installed" a late model 302, which we will be disposing of shortly. Anyway, we drug this car home on whatever wheels we had lying around, but plan to change them out now that it's no longer sitting in a mud hole. My curiosity ran wild last night, so I bought a can of oven cleaner to see if anything remained beneath the white paint. The result was a layer of black paint beneath the white stuff. THEN, I kept scrubbing and found the lettering on the door, which reads "Borrowed Time". I haven't had a chance to do the whole car, but I'm hoping to get all of the white paint off, while protecting the lettering. I ran out of daylight yesterday but here's the progress so far.