Congratulations to @larryra and their awesome 1953 Studebaker
for getting the most likes in our Restored car show!
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Now!!!! That Pierce Arrow restoration is one hell of a job!!! There's a few years of your life you will never get back, but you can always be buried in it or you can get one of those laser engraved tombstones like the ex-soviet mafia have with a picture of you leaning on the car - Life size of course. Personally I'm going for one with the button you push and the car sound plays and a recording of my voice says "Hi. How are you? Nice of you to come by."
This car spent most of it's life in San Francisco CA. It was next parked in FL for some years, then more years storage in New Orleans. I received it as a gift from my son in 2012, and trailered it home to Michigan. Restoration took the last 7 years. Now better than new in many respects. A blast to drive.
My father bought this 1969 Plymouth Barracuda new. I learned to drive in it and went to the prom with it. It sat in my garage for 25 years and it took me 3 years to restore this beauty. Pop would be proud!
Always wanted a Mini and now was the time. Found the POS barley running in Atascadero CA. Drove down from the S.F. bay area and struck a deal. 10 Months later and having a ball drive the "Clown Car".