Saturday, November 03, 2012

A family stored a custom LeBaron lwb sedan '32 Stutz for 73 years, because WW2 limited supplies of tires meant the owner had to store it, and drive his Nash for commuting. So it got stored away, and never hit the road again, only 23,000 miles

thanks to Hagerty Ins Co for sending out weekly newsletters and news items like this. They also have a monthly magazine for customers, and the past issues are available online. This also is to thank the HVA Historical Vehicles Association for going to car shows and finding "Cars That Matter"  and recording the story, getting photos, and sharing such great stuff with all of us! 

1 comment:

  1. Reminds me of Sunset Blvd, the Billy Wilder movie.