A couple of weeks ago, I made a trip from TN to Michigan to pick up some heavy tractor parts for the farmer who owns most of the land around me. He was busy getting crops in and needed help. Being retired and knowing the country up there, I volunteered. The guys who were doing the work on the tractor stuff were a little leery of me at first but when they realized that I had lived in their part of the country for awhile back in the late 70s - early 80s and actually knew people in the area, the became a little more talkative. The father and I were about the same age. Both of us were into motorcycles at one time and as we talked, the son listened and started getting into the conversation. I had spotted some Studebaker 289 4 barrel engines, an early Hemi, couple of 440s, a small herd of 318 poly motors and a little bit of flathead Ford stuff in their stuff so, we got to talking about cars. Next thing I'm hearing is how there is a running, driving 1919 Studebaker touring car in the uncle's garage and a lot more Studebaker and Mopar stuff in various barns on their properties. I didn't have time to go exploring but when I asked if I could come back sometime, they said "Sure, just get ready to get dirty". I made it back up there a few days ago and spent 5 hours crawling over, under, through and around piles of stuff in barn attics and basements. The 23 T touring body was in the attic of one barn and the frame was in the basement of another. The body has no dents, scratches or rust and has 3 doors. There is surface rust only on the Commander and Starlight. To say I was amazed is putting it mildly. Check out the mileage on the Starlight. Can anyone identify the Mopar 2 door hardtop? The body is pristine and all the parts are there to put it back together.