So I've been thinking seriously about "simplifying" my cars. I drive my '37 truck quite a bit and like the simplicity. Something goes wrong...I can figure it out. Between my Tahoe and my wifes Camry lately, I've been spending waaay too much on dumbass repairs. Started looking around for something I could drive daily (the '37 doesn't work, as I can put the wife in it, or the kids in it, but not the wife AND kids in it) that would fit everybody, be simple and somewhat cool. After much looking...here's what I ended up with. 1959 4dr Biscayne. Not as "cool" as a 2dr, but much more affordable and more usable with the kids. Plus, IMO it's one of the few 4dr cars that don't have jacked up lines because of the rear doors. I know some will disagree.. Picked it up in Vacaville Ca. and drove it 450 miles home alone! The car has original paint and interior. Only surface rust...no major rust anywhere. Still has the factory plastic on the back seat. EVERYTHING works and really well. 3 sp column shift with a 235..bone stock. SUPER quiet and got between 15-18.5 mpg depending upon how fast I went. 31,000 original miles....first owner had it 47 years until he died, another guy picked it up at an estate sale for parts for his 59 wagon, but it was too clean to take apart so he put the wheels/spindles/brakes off his wagon project on it and drove it for a year or so....then sold it to me. Wife and kids dig it....just gonna do an alternator conversion and AC and drive it as is for a while.