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Well one of my toys, 66 Mustang Convertible, got moved into a storage facility, not happy.



The upside was now I can plan/execute a walk-through haunt in the garage. BUT then I had to move all my tools and stuff where the car was stored and the room I thought I would have is now GONE!!!!!! arrghhh

On to plan "B" which I have no idea what that will be.
On a good note I was at a party and everyone wants to help do a bigger haunt this year. We'll see if the energy is still there in OCT.

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A 66' mustang convertible? Heck, I'll be happy to save you all those storage fees - you can just send that right over to my house! (Fell in love with those cars when a guy from high school got one - a cherry red 67 his dad had restored - sooooo jealous!) :D

At least you've got some help coming your way for a bigger and better haunt! :)
 

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Storage????? :eek: Say it isn't so!! I've partially restored my '89 Camaro. It would break my heart to send it to storage. Beautiful car, BTW.
 

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I have a somewhat similar issue. Halloween will be at our house this year, and we are going all out... Both of my cars will be involved. My Coupe will be in a "shoot-out/murder scene" in the front yard..and my convertible will be in the back yard, in a overgrown cemetary, with the bodies in the seats, as if they died there.

I need to find some space to build all this stuff... (1951 Cadillac Convertible on Left, 1953 Cadillac Coupe deVille on right.)
 

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Wow, gorgeous car propboy!!! Shame it's in storage :(
Hope everyone stays true to their word and gives you a hand when it counts :)
 

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Love your Mustang Propboy. Looks very much like the 66 I wanted to buy from the family down the street from us when I was in high school. I think theirs was red though. It was stick and my Dad wouldn't agree to a convertible and hated sticks (said they were old fashioned and I didn't know how to drive one) so my hopes were dashed. I always loved it though! Bought a stick Honda Accord years later, not the same at all but taught myself stick on that. Always thought of the one that got a way....at least yours will be in storage.

On the happier note, it's great you will have lots of help this year on the haunt.
 

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I have a somewhat similar issue. Halloween will be at our house this year, and we are going all out... Both of my cars will be involved. My Coupe will be in a "shoot-out/murder scene" in the front yard..and my convertible will be in the back yard, in a overgrown cemetary, with the bodies in the seats, as if they died there.

I need to find some space to build all this stuff... (1951 Cadillac Convertible on Left, 1953 Cadillac Coupe deVille on right.)
That sounds like a cool idea and I love the shade of red on that car!
 

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Ya it's been fun. It is a 3 speed on the floor as well :D, you can take it for a ride if you are ever in the area. Beauty is my storage is 1 1/2 miles from my house, very close.

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I used to have a 85 Z28 similar to this. My boy, 13 wants to build up one similar year to yours!



-PB
 

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I love cars almost as much as Halloween! Great seeing all the pictures!! Mine stays locked up tight in the garage on Halloween. I just don't trust anyone enough to be near it.
 

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Propboy - What a great looking car!

Charles - LLLLOOOOOOVVVVEEEE the Coupe!
 
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