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My new neighbor across street is Express Auto Transport.

They use yard for Fleet maintenance, storage of trucks, receiving and distributing Vehicles.

They transport damaged and undamaged vehicles.

Saw this one today.

John D. will need tissues.

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Perhaps he can help us identify it.headscratch

 

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"Perfect car to restore"

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That will take a LOT of Bondo!

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ooohhh that smarts!!

It's not an FFR car, could be a Superformance. I'll put the word out on the FFR forums and see who pranged a Cobra in MN recently...


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On its way someplace now!

Had a 427 emblem on fender.
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Did it tangle with the silver pickup next to it?



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Concensus is that it was (is) a Backdraft.

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The Chev truck was really drilled in the l/f corner.
Not even sure if the suspension was even still on it.
They came at different times, left same day.
Perhaps they were just staged close to each other for convenience of loading.

Thanks John, how many firms are doing the Cobra, knock off?

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Rather than type 'em all out... here's a link  Some manufacturers only offer "turn-key" cars.



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Another DRILLED specialty car. doh



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Tough hit on the Mustang!
Hopefully it can be fully repaired, especially if it has a personal connection for the owner.

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BLyke wrote:

Tough hit on the Mustang!
Hopefully it can be fully repaired, especially if it has a personal connection for the owner.


 If it's at that place, the owner has been paid and it's going to be/has been auctioned off. Gonna be a LOT of repair to replace the whole back half.



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You know that little check-box on your License that says "Organ Donor"...
That's what that Mustang is now.

The cost to get that Rustang straight & safe again FAR exceeds what it'll ever be worth... even a convertible.

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Here are three more Malibu and two Novas'
I didn't think there were any Novas' left.beersheadscratchdunno

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Never fun seeing these.

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Ask if the Malibu is sold. Front clip for Andrew....hyper



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Left this week.
Have no idea where it went, however, maybe the detectives in our group will figure out the meaning of Ortonville on the windshields.

It is a distribution center with transports delivering stuff all over the place.
I do not know anyone over there.
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Ortonville, MN may be a collection point for damaged vehicles in that area. I don't find an auction site in that area.
I suspect by the time they get to the yard by you, they have already been sold and are loaded with other vehicles heading in the same general area.

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