and that, right there, is the poster child for hanging onto cars that you're never going to drive, enjoy, or sell.
She put an ad on classiccars.com that briefly described a B5 Blue Road Runner, with one picture in of a quarter panel.
The woman was representing her uncle who was in his mid-80s and had been placed in a nursing home with dementia. She was put in charge of his estate being as she was his only living niece.
When asked to send a few pictures of it including the fender tag, she asked how the hood can be opened.
Yeah. It really happened.
Why did he park the car? He lost control in 1974 when accelerating, and the skinny tires lost grip and the back end came around on him. He had other cars to drive, so the RR got parked