We moved over to the guys shop. And what a shop it was! This is the kind of shop I would wish to have. Two stories, lift, storage, another whole separate building for more storage, room out back AND an awesome view. There is nothing wrong with any of this. And the cars in the first area were not half bad either.
The guy put his main project, a 1972 Dodge Challenger Rallye in the second building where he was working on it. Finishing up some body work. Getting ready for primer and paint. Also put his running and driving 1968 Plymouth Road Runner in there to easily get it in and out.
We moved around the side of the building Where they stashed their project or parts cars. The 65 Coronet was a nice car, he said he got it from the Southwest. Looked clean, being from the Southwest I have no doubt it was.
Around back was just three parts cars. There was a 65 Barracuda and two Road Runners. All three were sadly well beyond saving, but their parts will live on in other Road Runners and Barracuda for years to come.
After the tour of the shop and cars the owner asked if I would like to see the cars in the bushes. I was a bit confused, what bushes?
He said that his father stashed a bunch of cars in the bushes in front of the shop and they are almost completely overgrown now. But if I wanted to take a look, I could. Not to turn down more pictures, I jumped into the mess head first.