I have been a fan of the Chevrolet automobile for all of my life. My first Chevy was a 1955 convertible that I did a face lift restoration on in 1959. It was rode hard, and put away wet, but I didn't care, because it was the car that I wanted. Unfortunately, some of the cars that I owned, I shouldn't have ever sold, but you can't keep them all. I now have a 1962 Bel Air station wagon ambulance conversion. It is a great car, and the best part is that I can fix just about anything on it. Sometimes I need a little refresher course on the procedures. So far, I haven't been stumped for more than a few hours while I ponder the choices of what to do first. Having turned wrenches all my life, now I just move a tad slower, and have a greater respect for moving parts. On old cars, sometimes you only get once chance to repair it or break it. I prefer not to break anything.