As I mentioned on my intro post the other day, I'd really like to get a '60 Invicta (or Electra, or LeSabre) to use as a daily driver. Just how bad of an idea is this? As an example of what I'm thinking about, someone on that thread mentioned that the '59-'60 cars are unique when it comes to suspensions. Unique in what way? Am I not going to be able to get shock absorbers? For that matter, what does parts availability for the Nailhead look like? Are things like alternators and water pumps still available, or is it all rebuilds and junkyard scavenges now? Finally, if maintaining the original engine is impractical (or I get a car without an engine to begin with), how amenable are these cars to swaps? How much power could I put in there if I wanted to go down that path? Educate me, please!