It seems like a long shot even if this sort of thing is allowed. But some of you must have looked down this road before, and could tell me if it's worth any effort at all. A few years before he bought the used '66 Mustang convertible that is now mine, my father bought a new 1966 V8 coupe. I remember it as a darker blue, my sister as a lighter one. He didn't keep it long. He spent a lot of time on the road, and I remember when he sold it he said it rode too rough. So maybe it was a GT or something. My mother wasn't happy about the purchase. The only thing I recall clearly was a miserable night on a vacation when we couldn't find a hotel or cabin, and wound up with two adults, two children, and a big dog sleeping in the little coupe. Anyway, I thought it would be interesting to track down the car, to see exactly what it was, and if it still existed, or was possibly even for sale. But I don't have much information to go on. My father's name and address, and the approximate date of purchase is about it. And it's not just the lack of leads that concerns me, I also worry about the ethics of the situation. I'm not sure how I'd feel about someone looking up me and my Mustang, for possibly nefarious purposes. Or maybe this kind of thing gets done all the time. I don't know. I do know though, that some of you will have something to say about it. So thanks in advance.