Born in 1959, first two cars were 67 Mustangs, so I stayed in the mid 60’s to mid 70’s cars, what I knew and saw growing up. Had an El Camino, a 66-7 Nova pieced together out of two cars, had a couple of Vega’s I was gonna do a V8 in, also had a back halved Vega that I did put a 327 in, but never drove any of them. Always something else called my name and down the road they went. Finally did finish one, a 74 Maverick 302, it eventually got traded for my Linc. I liked the 70’s to 80’s rods, wide white letter tires, polished slots or 5 spokes, metal flake paint. I always wanted a pre war car, but never found one I could afford. Bought and traded for a few piles of rusty metal that got sold or traded. Had a 38 Chrysler Royal coupe that would have made a nice car, but it was above my skill level at the time. Same with a nice solid 47-48 Ford coupe, not enough skills or money to build. But when I spotted my Lincoln, I knew it was the one, I had to have it. It’s still getting there. I picture it with polished 5 spokes or slots, big black wall tires tucked under the fenders, and a slight rake. All trim except the stainless strip painted metallic silver and clear coated. Maybe in a year or two it will fill the dream.