Oh, I get it. I have owned Fords from '69 to '94 and worked on friends machines built in the last 10 years. Decided that my first '69 Mustang was easiest to work on some time ago and so was not too afraid to buy the '58 wagon. Just didn't realize how simple and basic the mechanics were as I have never owned a machine older than me! Funny you mention the Fusion... drove one on Friday and it nearly killed me with the short ratio power steering, power brakes and delayed electronic throttle linkage. Talk about Future shock! Plus the thick windshield posts are huge blind spots not apparent in my wagon. Don't even ask me to try and change the waterpump, starter, plugs, much less fix the turn signals... (You need a professional to remove the airbag before pulling the wheel, btw.) A vain attempt to prove that wagons run in my blood since day one... Yup, that's little Jairus sitting on the hood of Mom and Dad's Country Sedan (tudor)! That's my Mom there telling me to smile but... the bugs on the ground were more interesting. I was sure dashing in those overalls. The Sunliner in the foreground is currently in my brothers storage awaiting restoration.