Just picked up a 1959 Nash Rambler Station Wagon that my wife's Grandpa bought new, all documented have copy of purchase contract. He was killed in a accident when he worked for State of Ohio road Dept. in early 60's, and his wife, my wife's Grandmother, inherit it not knowing how to drive it. So I went up several times close to 25 to 30 miles away, until I thought she could drive on her own. She drove it very little, just to go to grocery and doctor. She quit driving in the late 80's, and gave to her son, and he took to shows for about 12 to 13 years, took very good care of it. He got tired of cleaning it up, and his son was given the car. He took care of it, and drove it, until a few years ago the fuel pump went out , that is what he told me! He didn't put in garage and left outside, and has some issues. I purchased it for sentimental reasons because of the history of it.
I haven't unloaded off of trailer yet, want to check out a little better.