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What was found in the barn
Barnfinds ^

Posted on 07/22/2007 1:34:13 AM PDT by Swordmaker

"How would you like to have bought this property?

Imagine you're going to live in Portugal.

You find a lovely farmhouse set on a decent plot of land.

The place has been empty for 15 years...

While exploring your new property you find a large barn.

The door is padlocked and welded shut and it's all rusted solid.

So you grind the padlock and the welds off and........."

(Excerpt) Read more at intuh.net ...


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To: Swordmaker

I’d say, “Get these junk cars out of here. I need this barn for my ostriches.”


21 posted on 07/22/2007 1:27:30 PM PDT by A knight without armor
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To: Swordmaker

The pictures are real, but the story about being found by a lucky new owner are totally fake. The real story is that a guy that was a car dealer in the 70’s and 80’s had been storing them in a barn. The pictures were taken by a photographer he hired to document the cars in his possession. I found the story on Snopes.com.

http://www.snopes.com/photos/automobiles/barnfind.asp


22 posted on 07/22/2007 4:48:58 PM PDT by digitalbrownshirt (http://digitalbrownshirt.blogspot.com)
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I found the story on Snopes.com.

Thanks for the real story... although I have trouble believing an auto dealer would treat his collection this way... he should know better.

23 posted on 07/22/2007 11:41:03 PM PDT by Swordmaker (Remember, the proper pronunciation of IE is "AAAAIIIIIEEEEEEE)
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