I was the first person to stop and ask about it. He told me he would take $300 for it.
I asked him if a $50 deposit would hold it, so I could go back to a bank machine to get
the rest. He assured me he could wait an hour until I returned. He sold it for $500 in that hour, to somebody else. He wouldn't even come to the door to face me, but sent his wife. - Robin
CARS IN BARNS
BELOW: '72 340 CHALLENGER
This 70 Barracuda is a heartbreaker, the original owner pulled this Slant
Six car out of his pumpkin patch the day I drove it.
1967 DODGE DART GT