Although it is generally believed that there are no more barn finds to be had, Pete vonSneidern found Pete Galka’s 1940s Big Car in California. The car had been driven by Art Rousseau among others but Art was the car’s star. At Westboro, he jumped a wheel when the car in front of him failed to go at the start of the heat. Art and the car then did two end-over-end flips, winding up in the infield. He was carefully removed and the crew went to work repairing the damaged car. After refusing to go to the hospital, Rousseau was helped into the car before the feature, started last, passed everyone and won it. He was then shuttled to the hospital where he spent two days repairing a broken nose, shoulder damage, sprained wrist and other injuries. Veteran photographer Bob Bonin claimed the win was the most incredible thing he’d ever seen in racing. The car, which is nearly complete as it ran, has been purchased by a Museum Board member. Should it be restored or left as found?