Classics Time Capsule 1939 Mercury Coupe Pulled From Garage
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And it’s not even rusty!
promise many original details since they’ve been sitting for years, sometimes even decades, . That’s the attraction to this 1939 Mercury Coupe which has been sitting in a barn-like shed in a backyard since the 1990s. And while we certainly were expecting it to be dirty with some of that legendary barn find dust on it, we weren’t prepared for how rust-free this classic car is.
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Speaking of that barn find dust, there’s isn’t much to speak of. While the old Mercury isn’t so clean that it raises suspicion like in other barn find scenarios, we wonder if the owner had someone wash it now and then. Or maybe the shed is way more airtight than it looks?
But you will notice the whitewall tires are completely deflated, so nobody went ahead and got this car all shined up for the cameras. There are some droppings or seeds of some sort on the fenders, spiderwebs draped over the car, and other signs this wasn’t a staged event.
This ’39 Mercury has all kinds of original details, most notably the engine and transmission. The current owner said the car was purchased by his grandfather around 1969 from the estate of the original owner. When the man died, he left it to his grandson, who’s had it since. Sometime after the grandson used it for his high school prom in the 1990s it was parked in the shed and there it sat until recently.
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Freddie Mercury showed "Do not be afraid of dying" .
Elton John: "I thought: That's amazing. This man has such a joie de vivre. He does not think of dying at all. " © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Freddie Mercury in 1982 Elton John:" I thought: That's amazing. This man has such a joie de vivre. He does not think of dying at all. " Freddie Mercury died on 24 November 1991 on the consequences of his AIDS disease. After months of speculation, there was no longer hiding in his last days that he was difficult to ill.