Hopefully not far off topic- the Tupelo Auto Museum in Tupelo, MS is closing in late March/ early April, 2019. This collection was mostly owned by one guy and includes a Tucker and a lot of 50's and earlier cars that are stock for the most part. It is going to be auctioned in April. If you have never been there, it is worth the visit before they close. I have been there many times and lived not far from it for a few years. I really hate to see this closing- it was my go to auto museum. I would go there on Sunday's and just walk and look. To think about who owned the cars in their lives and to look at all the ways that the car builders tried to make cars- it is really interesting and cool. But I guess like all good things, it had to end. I wish I could buy a car but I am sure that they will go for more than I can afford. I do know that there is a good bit of auto memorabilia there and some parts I believe in the bays that are not normally shown. BTW- I am not advertising for the museum or the sale (I am not connected to it other than just a fan), but I am more lamenting the loss of the museum. My wife had my 50th birthday there because she knew how much I love the place. Most of us have lost a car we look back on and miss. Have you ever lost an auto related place that was special to you? A drive in? A gas station? A speed shop?