Exactly... I think most new people coming into 60s aren't prepared for the "endeavor" that these trucks really are. They become more of a family member than anything because unless they are recently restored they require quite a bit of TLC. Hell there is a 62 that is on my normal route to and from work that I have seen sitting up on jack stands for close to two years now. Not sure exactly why as I have never seen the owner out there working on the truck, but it has been in various states of repair/disassembly in that time so I figure it is one of those things where the person is doing it at they get time/money.