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Old 08-07-2018, 12:26 AM
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I believe the correct lyrics are, I was standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona looking for a Barn Find for me. Its Mustang, my Lord, with a Q-Code Ford, and its coming to MCACN with me!

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Old 08-08-2018, 11:18 AM
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I believe the correct lyrics are, I was standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona looking for a Barn Find for me. Its Mustang, my Lord, with a Q-Code Ford, and its coming to MCACN with me!

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Hey Dave, that Cinnaminson NJ GT500KR that 'we' found will be at the barn finds section too this year! Cant wait!
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Just helped document this one coming out of a barn, coming to MCACN.... 1963 Olds Jetfire 4-speed car, was original owner until this past weekend.

If you have any interesting Barn Finds you would like to bring to MCACN, we're always looking for cool cars.



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Old 08-28-2018, 06:45 PM
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Very nice.
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Old 08-28-2018, 06:55 PM
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That license plate places it as local to me, I'll be interested in it's history!
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That license plate places it as local to me, I'll be interested in it's history!
I'll have the whole history here in the near future. It was an original owner car up until Saturday. Bought new at Tate Cadillac-Olds in Waterloo, IA. Driven for about 90,000 miles, something broke and it was put away.

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Let's add a '68 Roadrunner with the 999 paint code Petty (or Basin Street) Blue to the mix!

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I'll have the whole history here in the near future. It was an original owner car up until Saturday. Bought new at Tate Cadillac-Olds in Waterloo, IA. Driven for about 90,000 miles, something broke and it was put away.


Tate was one of the good, old school dealerships in town. They sold a bunch of 442s, W30s and 31s etc. I miss those days.
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