Just found this thread and thought I might put in my two cents. Before anybody says anything about not having pictures, back in California in 1968 I didn't own a camera and made barely enough money to keep my motorcycle and beater car running. I owned a bunch of Harley parts that I bought for next to nothing from an old salvage yard near Pismo Beach. The parts had been impounded by the Santa Barbara County Sheriffs. I decided to make a road trip to do some selling and trading with my buddy Duck. We did pretty good down around San Diego and got a lead on a motorcycle club that lived in an old lemon warehouse up near Oxnard. Some of the California members on here might remember a club called the "Question Marks". Duck and I found the place alright and checked in with the guys that were there. They had a heck of a setup with a big garage area, body shop, real paint booth and a machine shop. We did some dealing on bike parts and then a couple of the club members asked us if we wanted to see the rest of the place. The Cars of the Stars outfit used the lemon warehouse for storage. The Question Marks got to live there and use all the facilities to work on their bikes in exchange for being combination watchmen, mechanics and body men on the cars stowed there. First thing I saw was an 56 Facel Vega with a Chrysler drive train, push button tranny and the plushest interior I'd ever seen. Then it was about a dozen 20s and 30s Fords in Yellow Cab colors and the Elva Mk.VI that Elvis drove in "Viva Las Vegas. The Elva looked tired. Almost everything in there were original, untouched cars that got rented out to movie studios. Some were drivers and some were just scenery. Had I been a little smarter at the time, I would have tried trading for car parts instead of cheap (at the time) H-D stuff. Anyway, it was a heck of an experience.