Years ago at a local show I saw a 55 Handyman Wagon I had once owned when it was fully restored. The car was for sale and the guy was feeding a huge line describing how he built the car. My Son went back and grabbed a little book I had in my 37 Chevy that had pictures of some of my cars. We walked by the 55 again and my Son said " hey Dad look our old 55 and it still looks as good as when you sold it". The guy and the potential buyer looked surprised and the guy insisted that this was not my old car. I nicely describes some of the not so obvious things on the car and my Son opened the book showing them some pictures and past history of the car. I think I may have screwed up his sale because the potential buyer gave him a look and walked away. I never liked people thinking they need to tell a made up story to sell a car. If the guy was honest, I would have been happy to share with him the previous 5 owners history I had on the car which would probably have been a better sales pitch for selling it.