Hi everyone. This is my first post to introduce myself and give a little background. My wife and I live in Palmyra, Pennsylvania and are both retired. We own a 1971 Toyota Crown, 2 door hardtop, with a multitude of optional equipment which also came with a very interesting story. The car was originally owned by my father in law and was purchased new as a left over in 1972 from a dealership in Harrisburg, Pa, where he worked. He drove it for 41,000 miles and then parked in his garage in 1979 and didn't drive it after that. In 2000, he offered the car to us but personal commitments kept us from taking the car and he instead, gave it to a friend of his who owned it until June of 2012, when he passed away. He willed it back to our family and we are now the proud owners. During his ownership, he won 44 trophies and 23 plaques and the car was, at one time, featured at the AACA museum in Hershey, Pa. Except for a few cosmetic changes, the car is in original condition. At this point in time, it isn't entirely road worthy because of steering problems and is in need of a pitman arm which has proven to be a most difficult find. Apparently, Toyota made every part available except this one for reasons unknown and as a last resort, we will have to have it fabricated. In any event, we are looking forward to getting it on the road and having it ready for next summers auto shows.