Just wanted to hear your opinions. Some of you have seen this before, and some of you probably haven't. My best (and most valuable) .45, is a 1939 Colt. It is all original, and all correct. Only 3,636 were made that year, and all of them were delivered to the U.S. Navy. I paid a hefty sum for this when I purchased it. However, it's worth more now. As much as I love military .45's and collecting them, I'm not a 'big time' collector, or an expert, by any means. I would say I'm average when it comes to that. Even though I'm not hurting for the money, it's hard for me, in my mind, to justify keeping this in the safe, when I rarely even look at it. However, there is classic vehicle that I've been looking at, and if I were to liquidate this, I could make the purchase without taking money out of my savings. It's just something I'm considering.