I guess sometimes, life goes on in ways that we don't always foresee or plan for. Case in point. Last year, I gave Chloe, all my restoration parts for her, and any labor already done to my brother-in-law Jim. I knew that I couldn't hang on to her anymore, but keeping her in the family gave me the joy of still being able to pay a visit once in awhile. Furthermore, Jim is in avid Mustang enthusiast like myself although he hasn't been able to own and enjoy a real one for 20 years. You see, he is a pastor of a small but growing church and has a good size family to support. He and my sister are always going well out of their way to meet the needs of the congregation. They give alot. The church has been appreciative and returned the favor on occasion to meet their needs as well, but I felt it was about time to realize a dream for them and restore some broken memories as well. What I mean is that Jim was once the proud owner of not one but two 1966 Mustangs, a red hardtop and a yellow convertible both with inline sixes, during his college days. He loved the cars, especially the convertible. It was the car that he and my sister dated in and it was at their wedding and served faithfully for their first two years of marraige. When both cars fell into disrepair, Jim parked them. After awhile the red hardtop was given to a neighbor, and his prized convertible went to his parents who were going to restore it as a gift. But, it was not meant to be as the convertible was stolen by the very shop entrusted to do the work as has never been seen since. Jim was heartbroken and wouldn't talk about the subject for several years, but thanks to him and his cars, I fell in love with the early Mustangs as well, so when I had the chance to buy Chloe, I jumped at it. I didn't care that she was too far gone, all I needed was the title and a VIN. I would make it work. I was proud I had a 66 convertible like my brother-in-law had, and better, she was a V8!! Well, after a few years of not being able to get alot done, I now realize that Jim is now in a better position to get her on the road in some form, and he has willing voulunteers from his church to help him do it. I couldn't be more proud, and I know that someday, I will have another '66.