For me, the truth is in the past. A true Survivor is something special. There is nothing more honest, there really isn't. Sometimes things line up and crazy stuff happens, somehow I ended up with this little roadster! Its so cool I can't even believe it! There was a couple threads on it last year when it was found. It s a true nut and bolt survivor, It was built in the 50's in CHicago and except for the wheels/tires and some obvious later changes to keep it running it is pretty much untouched. It has a J2 Olds motor, lasalle trans, Auburn dash, white interior, titian red paint. its amazing. My plan is to get it running and driving, enjoy it for a bit and then probably resell it to buy some stuff for the shop. At least that' s what I told myself when I justified buying it! We will see. Its so awesome, I cant even sleep. I had my friend Jack Roepke take some photos of it to document it as is, as found. I am planning on swapping the engine for a runner, change out the wheels and tires, make it roadworthy and safe, and just give it some love! I almost feel guilty even touching it..... most every nut and bolt was put there almost 60 years ago. Everything I change out will be stored and stay with the car, if I can swing it, I would like to rebuild the motor thats in it. The replacement is pretty neat in its own right, it was in a 40 merc and runs like a top! So here it is now and I will update as I go, I would like to have it going for Back to the 50's next month, I don't have a lot of spare time, but I think I can pull it off. We will be filming it as well, should be fun!