marcpen: Must be some definition of 'new' that I'm not familiar with.
SevenizGud: You had the money to keep a car for essentially no reason, but you did NOT have enough money for a tarp?
Mega Steve: Not really, no. I did have this dream about Paulie Perrette...
What_Would_Jimi_Do: so these are the cars that were being auctioned off on the history channel.
Great_Milenko: Apparently, this guy was a car dealer who just kept the leftovers when the new models came in. I guess he would rather let them sit in a field and go to hell rather than give someone a deal.One of those cars is a 78 Corvette pace car. If he couldn't even move that, he mush have been a colossal dickhead. So of course he got a show on the History Channel.
KrispyKritter: these 'new' will require big bucks pro restoration. fun for the wealthy and those in the business.
stuhayes2010: [l2.yimg.com image 850x571]Why yes, this is the correct way to transport a classic car with low miles. Story is light on facts, heavy on pics.
ArcadianRefugee: Wow. This is the sort of thing we all dream of.
cretinbob: ArcadianRefugee: Wow. This is the sort of thing we all dream of.I cameAnyway, link to day 2, if ayone wants to bidhttps://www.proxibid.com/asp/catalog.asp?aid=68562
Sword and Shield: 27 grand for a rusted 64 Chevy pickup without the bed, radio...Even for a untitled new truck, that's insane. You'd have your 27 grand in restoration cost above the buying cost.Do none of the damn things even run?
Scoth: Never underestimate the power of low mileage and numbers matching to really jack up the price of an otherwise only semi-remarkable classic car. The opportunity to get something more or less complete, original, and potentially with single-digit or low double-digit mileage will probably lead many of these to hitting record prices very quickly.
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