I'd be willing to pay admission to check out your collection, lol!
I'm in the drive it camp. In the last 28 years, honestly put less then 100 miles on the car...crazy. In 76 it had just under 33k on the OD, 36k as of now. Age still catches up to them regardless. Was so concerned about the original paint, which still got mystery scratches and dings, covered in the garage. Having it re-shot was sort of a relief. If it gets stone chips, so what.
Been on a hiatus with the resto: Dad's health ( cancer free!), studying for a promotional(which I should be doing now!), and prepping for kid's college graduation in a few weeks. When it hits the road, no reason not by next spring, I'm driving the ##ss out of it. Not getting hung up on points, shows, "correct", etc. And not building it to cross the auction block.
If I don't now, my kid will be driving it in 20 years anyway. Really itching to hit some cruise ins, listening to the Beach Boys.
Now about that Gasser you have tucked away Gary..
Have another potential project that may materialize, we might be going to look at a 41 Willis roller, narrowed 9 inch, but my love are 56's.
Although nothing would look better next to the Anglia then a Willis! Maybe a Henry J. Theses short wheelbase cars are a hoot to take down the quarter.Enough, back to the books.