Ruther than give you the whole back story on this old heap just read here. It won't take you but a minute and it is worth getting to know the new kid on the block. https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/buying-an-ole-can-a-beans-my-29-ford.1092972/ The Old Crosley was actually in the possession of Jimmy Flowers when I first lay eyes on it. That was pre ice and snow the Saturday before Christmas. I talked to the little car for a minute, it showed me its private parts and said, "Can I come home with you Mr.?" How could I say no? We laughed over the weekend that my cars are progressively getting smaller. But you do got to love a car that makes a little bugger like me look big. We figure if I live long enough I will end up with a 409 powered skate board. So loading was fun. 4 of us lifted the front end up on the trailer. I think that one or two could have loaded it as it sets the same way but the ground was a skating rink. We figure that as the car sits is can't weigh more than a thousand pounds. The trailer was actually overkill, it was a lot like hauling a go kart in a dump truck but it is what we had. So now we are home and getting it unloaded, we used some real flimsy harbor freight ramps, kind of cheating but well you know we had 'em. And here she is all nestled in her bed. Now see the nest installment. If you are still reading this tripe, and maybe I should thank Jimmy for putting me in this heap, @Austin kays and @raven for help hauling the little beasty.