Well, everyone, I am now 15 and the time to begin driving has come. I already know HOW to drive, but I have to sit through the BS that is Drivers Ed. Luckily, my dad's house has like 20 acres that I can drive around on to get a feel for things.... and thankfully for my dad, I can haul stuff around the property with it. He's always having to haul mulch and stuff. Anyway, my grandmother has given me her late husband's car. I never knew him, he died right before I was born. The car is the only thing I have that was connected to him. It is a 1975 Lincoln Contintental Town Coupe. Cream-colored, with a slightly darker landau roof. 460cid V8, 210hp, 350lb/ft of torque. (damn you, emissions regulations!!!) It has been parked in a garage since about 1996 or 1997. Four tires are obviously flat, but the interior is perfect, and the paint is about 95% rust-free. The chrome is fine too. (I get the car because I'm the only one who's ever bothered to wash it or try and take care of it as it sat in her garage.) What do I need to do to get this thing back on the road? Grandma says she'll get me new tires, but I have to do the rest, which is fine with me. I assume I have to get rid of all the oil, replace the gas, replace the fan belts, tires, and battery, and start her up. What would all this cost? I'd really like to be able to drive this, even if it means selling my computer stuff.