I've seen AC cars and I've even sat in a Bristol but what is an AC Bristol? One starts to wonder about all those old cars found in barns after a while, especially the ones with Rolls Royce's. However, my late father-in-law had an ancient Ford Ranch Wagon (from late 1950s), a first version Corvair (a really efficient car, he loved to say), a 1929 Ford (second-owner, he was) and at one time, a Ford Cortina, the only one I was really interested in. He also had an airplane (a Culver Cadet) in his basement when I met my wife. Now, someone with a disassembled airplane in his basement was bound to be an interesting person and he was.