I don't know how many times I have stopped the truck and got out to talk to people about cars like this and most (95%) of the time, IT'S NOT FOR SALE. Either #1 It's a project that the owner is going to EVENTUALLY going to never get around to #2 They are either going to pass it down to thier children or it already belongs to the children. #3 It's simply not for sale. Most of the time very rudely and before you can even get a full sentence out. #4 it's already sold, just waiting for the person who paid for it 2 years ago to come pick it up. #5 It's for sale at 3 times what it would be worth completely restored. I'm a car guy and always have been, I hate to see a car abused like that. Some people just get pissed that you even have the gumption to stop and ask. I once found a 1965 GT500 Convertible the engine was sitting in the back seat. top was down probably not even one good panel on the whole car. Never even got to look under the car. There was no was to look under it. I swear it looked like the body had rusted off the frame and sat on the ground around it. It was so deep in the mud around it you could not open the doors. I tried everything to buy the car. I don't know why, but it was a sentimental thing. I just hated to see it sitting in the barn like that. The owner was in his 70's and he said he bought the car new and the clutch went out and that is why he parked it. He pulled the engine to freshen it up. and never did anything else to it. It had been sitting in the barn for 40 years. And I was the only one that had ever asked about it. But the car under no circumstances was for sale at any price. He kept saying....... Some Day, and that he thinks with the prices these cars are bringing at Barrett Jackson he thinks the car is worth $50- $60K just the was it is.