The Torino in my tag line wasn't in a barn, but I did get it from the
original owner, a little old lady, in nearly perfect condition for...$315.
When I get finished reupholstering the drivers seat, changing the radiator,
and recharging the A/C, it will be worth about $5k. Too bad it only has the
302. A 427 or 428 would bring about $15k.
----- Original Message -----
From "James Kleemeyer" <jkk at adams.net>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: cars in/behind barns
> I have several friends who prowl old junkyards, fields, barns, etc. We all
> are interested in different cars so if we see an old Ford or Pontiac or
> Mustang (or anything British, in my case) we take pictures and notes to
> each other know what we've found. We've all found some great deals that
> BTW, my Mustang nut buddy has a black on black 68 Shelby GT500 KR
> convertible, 428, 4 speed that I know he's turned down 50 big ones for.
> also got a 69 Boss 302 and a 69 Boss 429. Man can that 429 pin you in the
> Jim K.