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I was looking at this site.

Cars in Barns

and got to thinking, it's just a shame that some of these will sit there and rot away.

Everyone has a story about some car they saw just sitting somewhere

I have some pics I've taken here


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WOW some amazing cars could be reborn there.....

Letting that happen to a 63 split window should be against the law! :lol:

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i know someone that saw (i think) a 63 Impala out in a field. he said it was still good, jus a simple fix to get it running. and how much did he pay for it? $50. lucky.

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There's a few saveables around me. But each car's owner says they're going to fix it and will not sell. The guys are in their late 70's to 90's and you just know they aren't going to touch them or let them go...they'll just rot away and likely junked when they pass away.

A couple I remember sitting out in a field

'68 Cougar XR7

'60 Impala

and a Mid-Sixties Riviera

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