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    Thank guys for your input!
    It's really helpful, and I'll pass it on for sure!

    On a side note.
    I'm a commercial fisherman, but I photograph lots things (which you'd never know by the photos of the truck), what interests me most is abandoned buildings. And for me the best part, is what was left behind in these places.
    I've stumbled across books from 1700s, giant model ships, daguerreotype photographs, children's rooms full of everything, from toys to clothes to the fucking crib. But what I found stuffed in one garage last, I want for myself.
    I'm not 100% sure, but it appears to be a 1932ish Ford coupe.
    I have more then 1 photo, but I'll send the one I posted when I took it, to Mike who kindly posted this thread's photos, since I can't figure out post them on my own.
    Unless the children, or whomever the property was passed on to has been paying taxes on the place, which I would doubt, I'm going to have talk to the town.
    Either way, what should I offer for it?
    And this is not for "helping good folks out".
    This is 100%, what is it worth, for my own personal interest...

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    You can see more of the photos I'm referring to at joelwoods dot net

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    Wow Joel excellent photography!
    " "No matter where you go, there you are!" Steve.

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    And here is the pic sent to me. I'll give you 250 for it!
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    Very cool! I like the scoop on the hood. It's different.... I think it came off a Ford heavy truck from the early 60s or so.
    Ryan
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    Let us know what you find out, I checked out you photo's and I really like em, and the car too!
    Seth

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