Survivor cars are neat, but what do you do with them - keep them in the garage and limit the mileage, add to a collectors stash, or just use it like it was built for? I have a 73 that was/is alll original when I bought it a few years back (everything). I put on new tires, hoses etc. and have only added 3000 miles to the clock in 10 years. I didn't like the stone chips/factory acrylic paint so I had a proper repaint completed (losing some of that originality) I am considering driving it more for enjoyment rather than "saving" it for the sake of an unmolested example. I should have thought it out more thoroughly before I bought the car, but that is another story.