Buick funny car always inspires me with his efforts to preserve history and share his memories. When he posted about letting the terminally I'll gentleman sit in Ingenue I was inspired to the point of getting off my fat ass and saving a piece of my family's history. It might not be a vintage flopper, or a slingshot dragster, but it means as much to me as they do him. To a lot of people it's just an outdated tool box, but to me it's priceless. My grandfather made a living out of this box, my father made a living out this box, and I worked my way through college out of it. So here it is, home safe and sound. It's still got plenty of my grandfathers tools in it, even some that were my great grandfathers as well as some specialty GM tools dating back to the 50's that were my great uncles. I can't help but get a little nostalgic satisfaction picking up wrenches knowing that my pap had his hands on them so long ago.