Thank you for pointing that out. I am glad he saved the car from what was probably an obscure auction then to go at such a low price. He had to transport it to his house, probably cleaned it up a lot based on what I usually see at such auctions, checked everything out and provided comprehensive photos and took the effort to get the parts needed to get it running and demonstrate the condition of the engine. What he has done is put some significant effort into it in what appears to be cold weather conditions to ensure this vehicle goes to a good home that it deserves. If he can make a significant profit, that is American capitalism at work and I hope its new buyer gives it all the love it deserves. I hope he does well.