I paid 500 including shipping for a pretty decent driver's side door for my 31 Vic. The top of the old door is rusted out as it sat on it's side in the dirt for probably 40 years before the guy I got it from got it. Figure I paid about 350 for the door. Around here I'd say that is the big truth on prospective donor rigs. The scrappers were going door to door and farm to farm hunting anything made of metal and on top of that a lot of guys who had a lot of old and not so old rigs sitting out in the in the pasture hauled them in for scrap or sold them to the local wrecking yards. One local yard was paying 150 minimum for anything with a title and a lot of potential drive train donors hit the yard then. My friend down the road 3/4 of a mile has what amounts to vintage tin national park and word is that he will sell of the cars and car parts now but I never make it down there when he is home as he drives truck. He and his dad scrounged every old piece of tin out of the sage brush in this area years ago. I have to agree with the guys who said that what used to not be a decent donor car is now a buildable project car for a lot of guys and for me my 31 Vic qualifies for that as I'd bet a lot of guys looked at it in that time frame and decided that it was in too rough of shape to be a viable project for rod or restoration. Some have questioned my sanity since I hauled it home. Just look at how many guys on here have or are building a vintage body from parts either used or new replacement pieces.