Matt, this is why I posted on this thread. I always get a little upset when I see that the focus on an old car as a cash cow. You lost me me when you said "I'm asking a very reasonable 10% finders fee" and I saw that you only had 15 posts on the Hamb at that time. If I didn't think of '32 Fords as a religion like I do, I might be like the guys that just buy and sell them for the money they can make off them. I'm way better at keeping them than selling them anyway! In my phone conversation with the owner before I visited, I told him I was happy to just see it and take a few pics of it, so that's what I did. He really didn't want people knowing about the car due to past problems with theft so I respected his privacy, and kept it quiet. I didn't pressure the seller to sell it to me either because I thought he was sincere about wanting to have the auction and sell all the cars on the farm at once. I think that due to my visit and especially the visits of my friend Bert, who brought the wheels and tires over to get it into the barn and out of the weather, convinced the owner that the Vicky deserved better care. I'm a still a South Dakota guy at heart after living there 58 years before I retired and moved to Prescott, Arizona, mainly for the better weather and to be closer to the GNRS, LARS and other old car events in Arizona and California. In fact, I waited as long as I could and just established my residency in Arizona this year. When I came through the Midwest this summer I visited many of my car friends in South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska and Kansas, seeing a lot of fantastic collections along the way. I have a lot of friends in Sioux Falls, like long time hot rodder Rod E****. You and your Dad visited at his shop south of Sioux Falls some time ago. Rod's patina-ed Deuce 5W is called "Best of Grove". Here's my Vicky. Behind it is a big banner poster of downtown Sioux Falls on Phillips Avenue circa 1930, advertising the Automania event there in 2006.