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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by titus, Mar 8, 2013.
no nasty snakes either in Minnesota
Thank God for French Lake Auto!
I am over due for a visit!
Think they have any packards 1950 and older in that big lot?
Bitchin' score! They're all cool, but ya did great with that '35. That was my first car back in '77, and I have wnated one again ever since it sold in '80 to pay for me to move up there. I can't imagine what French Lake or Windy Hill look like now, but I do remember very clearly what they looked like back in '81... Damn!
Nice score 396skip, wish I was closer to get a grand tour of your business.
A little wood.....some metal.....Instant town and country vert!
lot of old iron there
This one .... id do bad thing to it
The "cool finds" are my favorite threads on this forum... Great find, keep'em coming!
Nice!!! I found a local guy who has about 100-130 cars in barns and chicken coupes tons of early imperials a few Hudson's and 50's studes!!! Lots of shit!!!
Very cool Jeff!
Good to see these cars becoming available to the general public, rather than rusting away in a private hoard.
And it looks like a nice one with the "good" wheels. Wish I had the extra cash to make an offer on that one and the Desoto Adventurer.
That is one interesting batch of cars.
Wowza what a find!!
please post more pics as they become available.
heres another pic of a load.
Damn! You beat me to it!
I'm liking the Studebakers.
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Jeff Shooting you a PM I thought this deal was going to take longer, ie years. Dang I wishI was athome to do some shopping.
If this was April , I'd say its an april fools joke . What a find , I could find enough in that pile to really piss my wife off and lets not talk about my neighbors .
skip spent a little .......but very cool
Oh man, a '62 Imperial and a Mark II in the same building - one of my dreams... Titus, if you get the chance could you give me the dataplate info from the Edsel so I can pass it along to Phil Skinner for the Edsel Registry? PM is fine - thanks and congratulations!
Thanks for sharing this adventure with us.
not a huge mopar fan but kick ass
One pic is of a 2x4 set up that was in the trunk of a 62 chrysler 300 H? (cant remember the letter) the last year of the letter cars, it was a convert too.
Also a pic of the 2x4 354 hemi powered 300b chrysler that was Jack Chrysler, son of Walter.
and a bunch of other pics.
thats all for tonight, ill snap some more pics tomorrow, theres about 30 more cars to go and thats it.
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