Try to picture this ’62 Caddy convertible in it’s previous life: inside a Las Vegas casino, perched on it’s nose (on that pipe), with it’s gutted interior replaced by a big flatscreen TV. Now it’s at Paul’s junkyard awaiting a questionable fate . . . Paul said taking this car down, without denting it or tearing the walls or roof off the building (there was only a few feet of clearance), was one of the hardest things he’s ever done. 47-seconds under full moon (short enough that the moonlight had very little effect except some highlights on the chrome) with warm white flashlight from both sides.