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My neighbors "barn"


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He`s been inviting me to see it for years and I finally went yesterday.
Ive known him since I was a kid and he`s a great guy.
Here`s an article about him in Hemming`s.

I could not believe how much stuff he had and has. He said he`s restored of 100 cars. Most were rare and one of kind.
This is a one off 1917 Willies he said Ford Motor call and wants to buy.
I like the different lighting with all the neon. Gives his place a really cool look.
Yeah, lots of neon and sign lights. I wish I took more pictures but, I felt kinda funny.
He said he doesn't like to advertise but, I asked if I could take them and he said sure.
He has a a 2 car garage attached to his house with so much stuff. 2 more cars.
A model A he just bought and a 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser like this one.
It had these vents in the roof that went the length of the car and when you put the power back window down, it circulated the air thru the cabin.
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