You know the ones that are or almost are lost causes. You have to think about it though. A lost cause in 1990 is a builder or almost a "survivor" today. I still think that a rough car is pretty much parts. If someone wants in to an old car, they are much better off finding one that is running and driving. So young guys or those new to it. Even though these rough old cars can be found cheap, the dollars and cents...make no sense. With this said, there still something about discovering an old broken down heap and "fixing it up". Maybe it's dreams. Maybe it's the hope, what was lost is now found. Maybe this is what draws us. Years and years ago I came up the road I live now and noticed a '39 Deluxe Tudor just sitting under a pine. It was a rough old car. A decade maybe 15-20 years later we bought our home in the same area. I remembered that old Tudor. Many times, I have driven down this road and looked for it. I assumed it was gone. Where it was is now a lake. Last summer the neighbors cut their property and low and behold, next to the lake, there it was under a pine. It now has a cotton-wood growing between the bumper and grille, a big one. Here's the thing...If I'm going to try to get it...now's the time. Now's the time to get it before the brush takes it back over and the cotton wood destroys it. I don't need it. I'm deep into a project now. Still though I look at it every time I go by. What is it about the field cars?