Over ten years ago, our 1965 Plymouth Signet convertible, a rusty 273 automatic daily-driver, was driven from the purchase site of Port Angeles, Washington, to its new home in La Paz, Baja California Sur in two stages. First to California where it was stored several years and then down to sunny Mexico (without having experienced even a hiccup on the way). The trip totaled 2,250 miles with about 50 hours driving time on the road. ("tulitque" is the Latin word for "signet" & "scabra" means "rusty"). I lost the opportunity to take Latin as a freshman in high school, which I regret to this day. This project is waiting behind a 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus ("Project Odyssey" on FBBO), and its cousin, a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda Formula "S" ("Project Chihuahua" on FABO). Funds are limited, compounded by the fact that I don't have any welding skills.