Six years ago I started looking for my 1962 Chevy II Nova that I sold when I was 15. It was the first car I bought when I was 13 years old. I remember seeing the car parked across from my house at a grade school. It had a for sale sign in the window and later that night I owned a car. Two years later I sold it so I could buy a 1965 Chevelle. It was sold to a guy in Winfield, Kansas. Soon after I lost track of the little Chevy II. Six years ago I started looking for the car. I did not have much luck until last year when I found the VIN on the internet and found where taxes were being paid on the car in Florida. I was able to track down a phone number and finally gave the people a call. After several conversations I was getting closer to owning the car again. Last week I got a phone call from the owner and she said she had moved to Oklahoma and shot me a price on the car. We made plans to meet on I35 and the Kansas/Oklahoma border for the exchange. She was going to drive the Chevy II from Oklahoma City to the border. Just prior to the meeting time I got a phone call from the owner. She gave the "good news"-"bad News" story. Good news was she was two miles south of the border. Bad news.....car blew out a ton of white smoke and died on the side of the road. I arrived with a trailer less a winch or come along. Luckily its was a small car and we were able to get it loaded and on to Winfield the car returned after 20 years!!! The pictures with the black top are the car twenty years ago. The white top is the current condition.