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Event Coverage Found: secret stash of cars!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by titus, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. plodge55aqua
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    Where are all these cars going? a Ferrari in the mix too? that hemi with the 2x4s.. and the other intake set up..... what is happening with those? Dang....
     
  2. studeynut
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    Its in the first entry of this thread.
     
  3. unclescooby
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    I loved winged things, but a classic Ferrari? Damn. Nice score Skip!
     
  4. yetiskustoms
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  5. Stay Tuned
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    I've never been into any of the modern looking supercar Ferrari's, but that old girl would make a fun resto project for the kid and i without having to look like a #$*@ driving it around.
     
  6. Hellfish
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    Where are the pics of the Ferrari? What year?
     
  7. Hellfish
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    Ahh, you posted it while I was posting. Niiiice.
     
  8. Thank god for hoarders, these cars still exist.
     
  9. 50flathead
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    They are still out there. Enjoy.
     
  10. Would there happen to be late 30's Oldsmobiles? Adam
     
  11. Very, very nice. Refreshing to see them saved for once.
     
  12. pwschuh
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    Unbelievable... Thanks for letting us in on it. A Ferrari. Just wow. Wonder how long that thing has been off the radar of Ferrari collectors. And soooooo many cool MOPARs. He's living the dream.
     
  13. autobodyed
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    wow, what a find.
     
  14. titus
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    Well yesterday we rapped it up, i guess i forgot to take pics yeserday of the loads going out but here are a few misc shots, one is of Jack Chryslers 300b 2d hardtop and one is of a 36 chrysler air flow and a load of hardtops too.

    jeff
     

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  15. 396skip
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    Our phones are ringing off the wall....Cant wait till after this weekend... then we will know whats for sale!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  16. mazdaslam
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    WOW!!


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  17. Trickster
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  18. havi
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    Wow! Looking forward to a full listing. May have to come down there this Spring or Summer.
     
  19. Billybobdad
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    Ferrari is 62-63 250 GTE cost WAY more to restore than they are worth (mint cond 125K or so). Lots of these were canibilized for parts in the 80's & 90's to build repop 250 GTO's and other such REALLY valuable Ferraris.:eek:
     
  20. systemic
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    The Ferrari looks like a 250 GT/E 2+2... nice!
     
  21. 396skip
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    Will know after 1:00 tomorrow ( Sat 3-16-2013 ) what we be for sale.....
     
  22. TorqueChap
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    Wishing you the very best of luck on things! (And hope there are a few cars left for the rest of us!)

    Talk soon...
     
  23. cool...I mean....it was really a cool load up there guys...thanks for getting them....
     
  24. TexasSpeed
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    Hmm.. If that Ferrari doesn't have an engine in there, a 283 would do nicely. ;)
     
  25. honesthilb
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    See you today.
     
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  26. LOW LID DUDE
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    OH MY GOD he has 3 Airflows! Looks like one is a Chrysler,others Desoto. Hard to tell from distance. Vary rare find. Mine is a blast since so many people say they have never seen one. Thanks for posting the photos.
     
  27. titus
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    I think there was a total of like 10 aiflows actually!!
     
  28. Hot Rods Ta Hell
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    What an incredible haul! Looks like something you would read in a magazine.

    I'm just as amazed with how the cars are being transported. I've never seen this before. Though I'm sure it's been successfully done, there seems to be very little lateral support other than the small gussets at the base of the "legs". It just appears so top heavy for an emergency braking situation, etc. Does the Highway Patrol ever stop to inspect?
     

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  29. 34CU
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    Great find of Airflows!
     
  30. 396skip
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    57 eldo brougham isnt showroom condtion... but its pretty complete !!!!!
     

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