Well "free" not so much in reference to the price but more to the fact that the little bird was liberated from its solitary confinement of 47 years. I had posted some pictures on Ryan's baby bird thread about a car I was introduced to locally. The car has sat since 1971, had a 71 Oregon title/plates and a fairly complete body. No drive train though. I knew it wasn't a car for me, it would be like shaq trying to cram his foot into an Italian loafer. Pretty straight and clean little bird, original black car, not an option to be found on her. As rough as the frame is the new owner is planning on a fatman chassis and late model running gear as a build for his wife. Of course, if I had kept it, I was imagining a straight axle, towel city slicks, Halibrands, a flat black paint job and "free bird" lettered down the side. My wife is thankful I found a buyer before it flew home. While I was there looking for parts for the bird like the front bumper and grille which we found I came across a 330 S23 motor. It was disassembled and hadn't been touched in a long, long time. Anyway, I loaded it up in the bed of my truck. A tanked, magnafluxed, machined block, rebuilt heads with valves and springs installed, 8 cleaned pistons, main caps, bolts, spark plug tubes valve covers, oil pan, fresh timing set, new cam, crank polished and placed in a sealed bag, new oil pump, felpro gasket set, new rings, bearings, even spark plugs. No fly wheel but the starter plate was there. Come to think of it there was a auto trans lying there with a torque converter and probably a flex plate off this little Desoto hemi. Should I go back and get it? All of the parts were neatly stored inside a metal cabinet with paper towels wrapping them, no rust or signs of deterioration. Anyway, the bird is sold, now what to do with the little hemi. I need another motor like a hole in the head. Build the long block and sell it? Sell it as is? Build it as sit on it for another project? Is there a market for them?