I knew I left it somewhere.
Tell me where I can pick it up. Sorry for the inconvenience.
possible a stolen vehicle and then stashed, the owner of the unit died???????
It could’ve been owned (or even stolen, I suppose) by someone who is now dead or in prison.
So, I can expect my taxes to be lowered?
Check the trunk! There might be a ‘59 Gibson Les Paul or a ‘52 Fender Telecaster in there too!
I’m envious! I never find the cool stuff!
WOW, the state is harsh, didn’t even let the people clean it up so that more money would have been rec’d, now they are selling it cheap.
The state is penny wise pound foolish.
My DIL’s grandmother has a Pony car that has been in the garage since the late ‘60s, it belonged to her son who died coming home after a tour in Vietnam.
Nice ! I remember back in 1988, I over in Ohio and I was with my aunt at the pool. A gentleman drove in and had a Shelby, perfect condition ! I chatted with him. Back then I would have given my left nut for one of them ! Looking at his car, it was a manual transmission version as well, definitely top in my book !