Ran into a guy years back that said he bought several closing dealers parts inventorys back in the 70's + 80s. Ford, GM, and MoPaR. He had a large barn full. He was very ill and said he needed to move all of it soon. Never heard back from him. I stopped in last week to see if he still is. Fortunately, he had a heart transplant and SEEMS to be doing OK. Still has all the parts. He said they were from the 30's to 70's. I have a 61 Galaxie, 60 Plymouth, and a 67 GTO. I believe he said years ago that he had no room for trim and sheet metal and junked all of that but he said the other day, that mostly, all he kept are mechanical parts. He said if I made him a list, he would see what he has. I honestly, don't know where to start. I began jotting down stuff for the Ford, then Pontiac and Plymouth but realized, I could go on for days and give him 10,000 numbers. I don't want to scare him or piss him off. I'm going to try to stop back down and ask him for a little more details on what he might have. I don't think he will take me to look, but that would be nice. Does he have blocks, intakes,carbs, sparkplugs, electric motors, rears, front end stuff, and does he have a lot of certain years or just odds and ends from all years and makes? If you really think about it, it becomes a question of, where do i start and if I throw tons of #s at him that he may not have, will he get tired of looking? Unfortunately, I don't have a 61 Ford parts catalog. Do I just go simple basics and try to find stuff for my cars only and then maybe see if he has some of the real rare stuff? Make him an offer on some bulk lots? What would you do?