Nah....it would be cool to have as a relic of days gone by, but I don't have the space for it. This is what I wrote when I posted the pic on Facebook...Looks like it started out as a '37 or so Dodge Coupe. Might be worth it to see if you could haul it out of there and get it running again. Looks like a single carb on the motor.
I was out for a drive the other day and saw this sitting in a field west of Lambeth. I went back with my camera today, and when I zoomed in on it I could see roll bars, and when I enlarge the photo enough I can see a "Straight 6" engine. So this is an old "Hobby Car" stock car powered by a Ford or Chevy six banger. This class is still limping along at Flamboro Speedway near Hamilton and they're called "Vintage Modifieds" these days, and also run some Chevy V8 crate motor besides the traditional 6's of days gone by. They also go on the road to a few other tracks each summer, I think. But boy, back in the 60's and 70's these things rocked the local tracks. I remember first seeing them at Nilestown when I was a kid in 1970. I almost bought one in '79. Anyone else remember the Hobby Cars?