I've been a HAMBer 10 years now, and a bunch has changed since I was a dumbass college kid piddling with a 50 Pontiac 4 door. Wife, kids, mortgage, 11 month old son, pay freeze at school, pretty full plate. I have the 65 Impala and 41 Plymouth, and figure one has to go. Haven't driven the Impala since I got the Ply in '08, haven't even driven the Ply much since it needs brake work. Don't need 2 cars I don't drive. Bear with me, little guy has finally gone to sleep, and if I put him down, he'll be pissed. I thought about selling the 41, charged it up yesterday only to find the brakes are absolutely gone. Gonna be hard to sell a car that doesn't stop. I wanted $4000 out of it because I though I might get that easily (I'd be taking a helluva hit), but it looks like I'll be fixing it up for the next guy. I originally wanted to keep the Impala since it was my first car. Drawbacks to it include a rough body, failing paint and bodywork, etc. The 41 is way more solid. I hoped I could get $3500-4000 out of it if I was lucky. Option 3 came out last night when the holy master cylinder said hello. I may have somebody interested in the Impala to put a BBC in. If I could sell the body and keep the 283 that only has 5000 or so miles on it and my trans, a 283 4 speed 41 might be kinda cool, especially if they don't want my astros. Like I said, it'd be more solid, and with a brake upgrade, the 41 would be kind of a ripper with some early 60s cool. Sell the Impala body for $1500-2000, flip the '50 or so flat 6 that is in it and buy beverages, you know? Truth be known, ditching them both would be more responsible yet, but I gotta have something old. Whattayouse guys think?