I bought the '65 Chevelle my senior year of high school (1968). In those days not everyone in high school had a car, much less a convertible. My friends and I had a lot of fun living our version of American Graffiti in it. I then drove the car during my college years at Wichita State, gave it to my brother who then drove it through his college years at the University of Tennessee. It was still a good driver but getting a little ragged inside and out. I got it back from him and drove it for another four years before restoring it. It is now spends most of it's time under a cover in my garage. It is greatl fun to take it out on nice days or summer evenings. All the thumbs up and questions we get add to the pleasure too.