Hey all! Finally decided to make an introduction now that I have a car to bring to the forum. I've been researching classics and was pretty open to anything that had decent after market support. I've been on the hunt since August and this past weekend (1/20/20) finally found, saw and bought a 1952 Pontiac Chieftain Catalina Super DeLuxe out of Saint Croix Falls, Wisconsin (I'm in Minnesota) for $3,500. About the car. Clean title, transferred it already at the DMV. It has been parked for 31 years in a barn and the previous owner painted the car (NOT WELL) there is over spray everywhere. At least it probably sealed in the body. The underbody is unreal. Car comes with tons of extra chrome trim from '49 to '54 year Chieftains, door panels/cards, extra hood ornament, clock, interior handles, and another waterfall chrome hood piece. The inline 6 cylinder is free but I haven't tried to turn it over yet. Rockers are perfect, trunk floor pan solid, all but driver floor pan is solid including underside of the doors. The driver floor is getting pitting but still no major holes. As far as I can tell, there is no bondo on the entire vehicle. There is 8XXX miles on the odometer. I don't think it rolled over based on the shape of the underbody, so maybe it broke? Best wishes to think it is original. Could have been turned back? Your guess is as good as mine. I'm planning on keeping it original as possible with a few safety mods. I'm not a HP junkie and I am hoping to use this as a daily driver. And now for the photo dump... By the way...I didn't have the little chrome strip flipped the right way above the driver door so it looks like its not closing all the way but it does. I do have the center radio guard/clock in the parts pile. No radio though.