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When I saw the story I thought the same they will be rusted to bits!(but they won't rust in AZ ) well, I have a couple old cars myself, I should give up probably! A Plymouth horizon and a ford 2 seat EXP escort hatchback (looks like a baby mustang ) and if I did restore them they would never be worth anything I may never fix them tho I am a responsible hoarder! LOL we keep a good looking cheap car cover on them -( have to replace it 1, 2 X's a year in AZ) so kids and homeless don't get/ live inside and the cats and predators keep the mice, rats, snakes under control and they DO run so every month or so I start them up thought the kids would want a car ! but did you know young people would RATHER , (they would prefer) have a new i-phone than a car? (yes! only record low 71.5 percent in 2015, have a liscence )
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