I went to my wife's family reunion a few weeks ago and took a day to see if I could find any car stuff. Well i sure as shit found some stuff. a `59 El Camino ( one of the few Chevys I would drive) and a `68 Triumph Bonneville. all within a single mile from my Inlaw's Ranch. At one point it was going to be a one or the other deal due to the limited funds I had, but my wife offered up her stash of money she was setting aside for antiques, and two days later I walked away with both. The Elco is still up at the inlaws, and I from what I was told by the son who is in his late 50's that his dad bought it new in `58 or `59 and drove it into town from the ranch as a grocery getter until the late 70's when he couldnt drive anymore. then his brother got it and rebuilt the motor and only drove it a little bit until he moved away, and so it sat in the barn and was started every once in a while until I scooped it up. it is in really good shape... I am amazed being that it snows alot where they live. The Bonny I had room to take home. and the guy I got it from offered up no info on it. So once i got it home i took it over my buddy Tom's house & it fired over in 3 kicks. Now we are bobbing it and I am going to give it to my wife for her birthday. to make this looong story short, the stuff is still out there guys, so keep lookin' & dont take no for an answer.