Not my mistake but a high school friend. In high school we would go to drive-in movies fairly often. My friend Larry had a 64 Studebaker Lark 4 door. Larry got this idea that if he cut the X support behind the rear seat out of the car people could hid in the trunk while entering the drive-in. Larry went through a bunch of hacksaw blades cutting out the support. When done Larry tried to close the back seat doors, the car had sagged and the latches would not line up. With the help of a jack Larry got the doors closed only to have the doors open when driving. The car was un-drive-able after the modification. Larry with his second car at the drive-in. While making out with his girl friend the windshield would fog up. Larry decided that a burning can of Sterno would keep the windshield clear. Lite the Sterno and placed it on the dash, Larry's windshield instantly broke into a million pieces. The cost of a junk yard windshield was more that the value of the car, car number two to the junk yard.