Thanks for the picture of the "roof raising" head scratching. This car has WAY TOO MUCH HISTORY to be left in its current state. When "Ohio George" originally sold the Gasser Passer" words like "history" - "nostalgia" - "survivor" and so on where never used back then let alone thought of when referring to drag cars or hot rods. In those days it was commonplace and acceptable for hot rodders everywhere to chop, cut & change any car. Back then nothing was "sacred" or "untouchable" The same was true with the huge amount of muscle cars Detroit pumped out like they were made using a rubber stamp or carbon paper. If so NO car from "back in the day" that are so collectible today would have ever BEEN touched. New or old. LS6 - Split windows - Yenko - Motion - W-30 - Shelby - Superbird and so on..... as well as the drag & custom cars that started it all. I can't imagine it being OK to chop up or change a car owned by Bill Jenkins, Don Gartlis, etc or the Willys coupes of Stone, Woods & Cook, Big John Mazmanian, Barbara Hamilton, etc.... the same it true about ""Ohio George Montgomery's "Gasser Passer".