Looking at the Old Ford dealerships thread http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?p=4961981#post4961981 kinda got inspired to start a "what did YOU find?" thread. I worked several old Ford garages years ago, and found many obsolete parts. Some stuff I found: Exterior sunvisors (2) - stuffed in the floor joists. Still in the shipping cartons Woody moldings - NEW, along with scads of stainless moldings and vent window assemblies. Hanging on racks, shoved way back in the attic corner A complete Model A windshield assembly - I think it was an "A". One section was a flip or roll out vent, and the frame was a pissy green color. Brand new, with years of dust from sitting in the attic. A lower seat assembly, mohair covered, still in the shipping box and tied with twine. Still had the shipping label on it from the early 50s Boxes of tail- and parking-lite lenses. All new, and many still in their boxes (they were GM, don't know how they got in a Ford garage) Numerous old Ford signs, some used but some were new. '61 Ford hood - being used as a shelf to hold other obsolete parts '57 Ford fender, '62 Falcon fender, '66 Galaxy fastback 1/4 panel, '49/'50 shoebox 1/4 panel and decklid A wood shipping crate. I opened it to find 12 pistons, ring sets, gaskets, seals, etc. Assumed it was a Lincoln V12 engine overhaul kit Boxes of accessory floor mats still rolled and in boxes Mirrors Antennas Radios Bumpers Boxes of small parts, can't remember exactly what they were. Sadly, all or most of those old parts ended up in dumpsters because the bosses determined they weren't worth keeping and me just being a kid, had no foresight and no place to store them if I'd taken 'em. Anybody else have Parts Department horror stories to share?