1959 Plymouth Belvedere
That is not Montana, that is Eastern Washington circa mid 1980s. I got a chance to ride in a giant Nash Bathtub car owned by my fathers friend. I was 18, just got my first 35mm camera. My father woke me up early said get your camera and work boots. It was still dark when we left late summer morn not cold not warm real live cool. We drove all day saw an old roadside teapot shape gas station along the way in that old Nash. The door slams I wake up grab cam and ketchup. Have you ever had that "woke up confused in an old Nash car" moment? Me neither, but when I got out of the car there was 440 old cars in a private junk yard. Christine had a break down and went to live on a farm kinda thing all over. There was every 1950s US Car made and most of 1960s 1940s and some 1930s. There was a 1941 Willys Americar coupe several old farm trucks some had trees growing out and up through the open doors and hoods. Some were still in a ancient final silent death throw dismantaling display with parts strewn around. There was a Rockett 88 engine dangling inthe wind from a twisted tripod over the remains of circa 1950 Olds convert. The top was shredded from the wind and the interior was sanded from the wind. All the chrome was very in your face shiney and the cars were dry, I have a bunch of photos of this place some were. Millions of photos and my favorite is the next one
Save the fin cars!
That looks pretty complete. That would make someone a cool ride...
Oh baby, oh baby!
How much for the 1959 Plymouth, I had one that my folks bought new. Wish I still had it.
man...I'd love to walk around this yard ... where in Montana?
Is there a 67 Chrysler Newport sedan in that junk yard
That is just too cool.
Please shoot me an email about this car...thanks
if you're selling let me know, if not let me know where i could find a 58-59 fury for restoration. thanks