New Photos Added February 9, 2012
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"Check out these pictures of a 1968 Charger R/T I found in Washington today. The gentleman's brother bought it new in '68 and had it painted 4 times in 6 years! Original 440/4-speed, and I was told it was scary fast in the day. Hopefully someone will rescue this one from the field one day, but she's a rough one."
From Tyler in Washington
"This is a '49 or '50 Lincoln coupe that was brought out of cold storage earlier this year. I found it parked along the main road nearby my home. The owner was actually the original owner's son or grandson, and the car was brought out of storage after the owner passed away. It sat for sale all summer, and just disappeared last week. It was crusty and needed everything done, but the body was pretty solid and mostly complete. Hopefully it'll turn up somewhere in better shape."
From Eddie in Virginia
"This car is in the garage of a house im trying to buy. Apparently it has been in the man's family for over 40 years. It was last registered in 1970 in the state of New Mexico. It has the air cooled inline six motor. The car looks to be fairly intact. Of course, mother nature has taken its toll. He said he would throw it in with the house deal. I don't even know where to start getting parts for this car. Franklin went out of business in 1934 and then Tucker picked up what was left of the company after the war to produce his Tucker Automobile. It's a neat car and you have to love those huge headlights and overall gangster appearance of the car. It screams roaring 20's and it would not surprise me if there was a thompson machine gun under the seat. LOL!"
From Justin in Texas
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