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Post  blown86hallet on June 26th 2013, 11:22 am

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Post  69F100 on June 26th 2013, 11:46 am

somebody has a gold mine for sure
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Post  blown86hallet on June 26th 2013, 11:47 am

69F100 wrote:somebody has a gold mine for sure

not a chevy guy by any-means, all the same "this is cool stuff to see!"

ONE MILE!!!, ONE MILE, ONE MILE
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Post  69F100 on June 26th 2013, 12:00 pm

I am no chevy man ether but still very rare to find any old cars and truck that old with low miles  1mile 1 mile  4 miles and so on don't matter what brand they are it is a very rare find them still like they was sitting on the show room floor. The guys that own it looks like they just shut the doors and walk away and left it sitting as if they would be back the next day.
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Post  jpierce55 on June 26th 2013, 5:09 pm

Mass money museum pieces there! The Impala would be the goldmine, the 56 truck would be my choice.

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Post  72puller on June 26th 2013, 11:16 pm

I saw that place myself in the early 90's. I was working on a road construction crew and we were working a little north of Pierce. Someone told us about the dealership and all the cars so we drove by one day and checked it out. The white Impala was in the old show room and you could see all the others sitting in the shop area. They were all covered in dust and dirty. There were even more cars and trucks sitting behind the building with grass and brush growing around them. One car I remember in particular was a 68 or 69 Impala SS big block car. Red with black vinyl top and 1972 plates on it. People said that there were hundred of cars and trucks parked on the families farm also. Said they wouldn't sell anything. I always wondered if they were still there.
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