David, (and anyone else who's listening)
If you know anyone that's into Pre-war cars, I know where there is a '41
Buick for sale that is all original. It needs a complete restoration, but
it's all there including the '56 California plates and original radio. It
sat in the original owners garage since 1956 until he died last year.
Anyone who's seen my garage space knows I'm too cramped for that big a
vehicle, or I'd go for it.
At 8:38 PM -0700 7/25/00, David Riker wrote:
>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" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>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.
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