Many genealogists live in the past lane. That is, we not only amass old information, but many genealogists also collect antiques, old paintings, books, and other memorabilia. Now you can have the ultimate "old thing:" a cell phone with a handset from years ago.
British designer Nicholas Roope scavenges for weighty phone handsets from the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s and wires them to work with a cell phone. Then, when a call comes in, users can chat just like they did in the good old days.
You can see Nicholas Roope's creations at http://www.pokia.com.
I think this would be perfect for use in that fully-restored '57 Chevy that you have parked in the garage.