1953 Pontiac
This 1953 Pontiac Pathfinder was sitting in front yard for 30 years, when it was then purchased for $200. After undergoing restoration it was then unfortunately burned in a garage fire and was a total loss.
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carguy67  - November 13, 2010
i had the headlinner and door panels sitting on the car ready to install,as for how the fire started im still not shore.
millertime  - October 21, 2010
I sceen a sad story in the news about a old guy that restored a sweet classic car that took him many years and most of his money to complete to perfection and he had just had just got done. Then a massive tornado Hit his area, Damaged his home real bad, The garage was in shambles where the car was and the news crew followed him to unreveal his prized possesion was Flat as a pancake from a Tree falling trhough the garage his classic. They cut film when he started to cry.
fanofrustycars10  - September 17, 2010
I got another question with this photo: It looks like there is some sort of melted-plastic looking stuff on top of the car (with the largest pile on the hood) Can anyone tell me what that is?
fanofrustycars10  - August 7, 2010
She can still be saved. I've seen several cars restored after being burned to a crisp. The only real problem would be getting a replacement title for it. What caused the fire?
keebler  - April 25, 2010
now thats a burn out
metallicafan88  - March 4, 2010
that sucks around where i live a garage burned down full of classics there were about 20 cars in that garage
14yearoldtrucklover  - April 11, 2009
Sad picture man. I bet the person who owned it didn't want to get rid of it, it just burned down in its garage!
niftyfifty  - April 15, 2008
still..... the shells there and still some potential.
belair570  - January 13, 2008
she may be burnt but it still can be restored or use the panels
myhot56kustom  - December 23, 2007
what a nauseating sight.I hate the word fire.well,now its a real hot rod...
lighting  - December 21, 2007
that would have been one nice ride
lighting  - December 21, 2007
i mean not forgotten
lighting  - December 21, 2007
she may be gone but forgotten
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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