Well I thought all of you hambers would get a kick out of this. Well about 6 years ago the Movieland Wax Museum in Buena Park (right next to Knotts Berry Farm) went out of business and they had an auction. Well from those who have been there they had the Absent Minded Professor set in the museum. It was from the Disney film in 1961. It was the flying Model T and it actually went around the museum on a track. And inside of the car was a wax figure of Fred McMurray and his animatronic shaggy dog. So we went to the auction and we knew the set was coming up for bidding so we braced ourselves to see how much it would go for because we absolutely loved the set. But all the bidders found out that we were required to remove all the set pieces ourselves, because of liability issues. And there were movers there asking RIDICULOUS prices to have the sets removed. So when the bidding started, everyone was scared to bid because of how tough it would be to get this car off of the track and out of the building. SO we decided "HEY! We can do this!" So we ended up getting it for a steal! But then we had to get it down... which was very very difficult but we got it! The workmanship is unbelievable. The entire car is made wood and paper mache'. Underneath the car is complete with a banjo rear end exhaust everything! The wheels spin and the front headlights work! We also got the wax figure and the animatronic dog of course, plus the giant tree! We are also 90% positive that this is actually one of the prop cars from the film in 61'. So now it comes to today. We have had so many projects in the last 6 years that it unfortunately has been sitting in our garage. But we had to sit down and discuss if we don't do it now. It will never happen! We are going to be recreating the scene inside our house. Suspending the car from the ceiling with the tree, dog, and wax Fred. It would never fit through the door so luckily we have a large window that we removed and it fit perfectly! It's in the house for good now. We are in the process of reinforcing the roof where will be suspending it. Getting the tree put in the house, and touching the car up where it got damaged during removal. Enjoy! And we will be having a hanging party very soon!