Received this in an email today... "Subject: Fw: Mercury XM-800 > Here are all the e-mails we got from the owner showing the restoration, > then > you can decide for yourself if it is done the right way >> My name is Tom Maruska and I live in Duluth Minnesota USA. >> I recently purchased the XM-800 and am in the process of restoring it >> and anticipate completion in May or June 2009. >> I got your website address from Ray Cosh who owns the Turnpike Cruiser >> concept car and the XM-100. >> He told me you had pictures of both of his cars on your website and I >> only see the Turnpike Cruiser and was wondering if you'd share with me >> the pictures of his XM-800. >> He's having computer trouble right now and doesn't have any pictures >> himself to send me. He said someone from your club purchased a car from >> him a while back and while there looking at it also saw his concept cars >> and photographed them and I'd really love to see what the XM-100 looks >> like. I can't find anything about it anywhere so you're my only hope. >> I've attached a couple pictures of the XM-800 and if you like I'll keep >> you updated on the progress of the restoration. >> >> The picture of me in the XM is right after I unloaded it from the >> trailer when I brought it home on September 18th. >> In the picture of the two men, Joe Bortz who I purchased the car from is >> on the left and I'm on the right. >> In the other two pictures you can see that it is nearly completely >> disassembled. The body will come off the frame in about 3 more weeks so the frame can be refinished. >> Thanks for your time!"