I-94, 5:00 PM any Friday, any City.
Mike, Your Alive!!
I see some young hot rodders with ideas in their heads.
That pile is the stuff that dreams are made of !
Are you sure you parked it here?
Hey Andy, alive and kickin'. Sorta.
This is why I never valet park my Ferrari!!!!!
Everybody thinks there will always be a never ending supply of cars of their generation. Look at what cars and light trucks of the fifties are bringing, now. Forty or fifty years from now, (if the world is a world as we know it), people will be saying the same thing about cars of today, because, likely, the internal combustion engine won't be the prime mover.
All turned into , tanks, ships, and guns, WW2, out in the country they were cut up with an old ax, I wonder how so many survived at all !
One of them found a dime in the floorboard of the bottom car!
At some point a light bulb went on and someone figured out they could make more money by spreading them out and pulling parts off them. I know what is pictured above was almost common in a lot of true scrap yards, but it really is a shame. Of course the war effort didn't help matters either. Probably why the mid United States is still loaded with parts and some cars, it was almost a buffer zone.
Somebody, save the coupe!!!!!!!!
Hey Don Booth,
I'm sure there is a Fordor in there somewhere that needs rewooded! Get at it!