I realize that "barn find" fever is at an all-time high, and that the auction houses are cashing in on the phenomena - just add dirt! Rust is the new "patina." But it boggles the mind to think of all the things that need to be done to a car that has not been started for 35 years; every seal has turned to stone, the brake system has been collecting moisture and is almost certainly rotten from the inside out, the entire fuel system is likely toast, inundated w/ gas that turned to gummy lacquer long ago, every electrical connection is oxidized and a fire hazard. I would love to know how often these barn find stories, for which the new owner has paid, in some instances, more than a restored, operational example, end in an additional 200k in tears. . . .