This “barn find” was found at Johnnie’s Sales and Service just the other week, down on Warwick Rd., somewhere in the middle of Massachusetts, where the car has sat for… seems no-one hereabouts can quite remember.
It’s expected to fetch about fifty bucks at the Concours, assuming they can actually load it onto the truck to haul it there, and that no-one bars the door when they arrive. Treasures found under the seats include a Nixon-Lodge button, a pack of stale L&Ms, a pez machine, and some Trojans.
At David Holzman’s classic car celebrating website, motorlegends.com, you can learn about Richard Nixon’s biggest mistake (having to do with Hannibal, a ’53 Buick), and buy classic car T-shirts. You can also see the world’s only menorah made out of Porsche valves, and see photos of the Yugo Next exhibit, which was 40 reinCARnations of Yugos by the students of a New York City art teacher.