Looks like this is the end of the road for this old beauty. I saw this old abandoned car parked in the drive way of a boarded up house I when I was out for a walk one day. The house is in a nice neighbourhood so I’m assuming someone bought it and it just sitting on it before they redevelop the property or something. Anyhow, I’m glad I got this picture before they hauled everything way and tore the house down.
Thanks for stopping by, Rob
She was a beuty and could be again. This would be a great project car for you, Rob.
Haha don’t think the thought never crossed my mind! lol.
Be still my heart! This is the kind of ‘big fins’ car that I love! I hope you can keep an eye on it and see if someone takes on the restoration that would make this car a beauty again.
Yeah the car is a beauty for sure. I’ll keep an eye on it and see if I can find out what happens.
That is a total waste of a Classic Car from the 50’s or 60’s. Not sure what year. I think it’s a Chrysler, but I’m not really sure on that. It could be restored back to it’s original look, if you had the money to do it. Would cost plenty! Still it’s a great memory from long ago, when cars were built like that.
Yeah I think your right about that Les. Who knows, maybe someone will do it. 🙂
I so love this one!
Thank you Karen!
Hi Rob – Long time since the last visit. That’s a beauty of a car. Fully restored, it should fetch a decent price. One day I was the car auction channel on satellite, and they were selling one like this. If I remember correctly, it sold for around $250K. Presumably the former owner got a return on the restoration. I have a 1974 Ford Pinto sitting in my garage. I’ve been told it should fetch north of $10K in “as is” condition, may be more since it is pretty much the same when it rolled off the production line. I’ve seen beat-up Pintos up for auction (non-eBay) with a starting price of $4K.
Ya it’s crazy what some of these cars go for! You gotta get going on that Pinto!