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Called Ford C/S today and got updated info:

 

Released from Plant on 3/12 and now an updated delivery to dealership (26 Mar - 1 Apr) a week ahead of first estimate...

 

Keeping optimistic but remaining patient!

 

Still haven't solved my 2 year storage problem while I'm in Korea :cry: AZ owners, museum owners, collectors :sos: please help me find a storage solution...

 

Keith

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Called Ford C/S today and got updated info:

 

Released from Plant on 3/12 and now an updated delivery to dealership (26 Mar - 1 Apr) a week ahead of first estimate...

 

Keeping optimistic but remaining patient!

 

Still haven't solved my 2 year storage problem while I'm in Korea :cry: AZ owners, museum owners, collectors :sos: please help me find a storage solution...

 

Keith

 

I would research how to store a car, then make the necessary preparations and store it at a secure Public Storage. They are climate controlled and reasonably priced. Barring that secure it, cover it, and impose it on a friend or relative, offering them to pay rent for the space it occupies.

 

Or send it to me with a digital camera, and I will let you live vicariously through me as I melt it's tires for 2 years straight, building up memories, before giving it back to you.

 

(GO FOR OPTION B PLEASE)

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"I would research how to store a car, then make the necessary preparations and store it at a secure Public Storage. They are climate controlled and reasonably priced. Barring that secure it, cover it, and impose it on a friend or relative, offering them to pay rent for the space it occupies.

 

Or send it to me with a digital camera, and I will let you live vicariously through me as I melt it's tires for 2 years straight, building up memories, before giving it back to you.

 

(GO FOR OPTION B PLEASE)"

 

Chronic: You're not even close to being the first to suggest I let them store my car for 2 years.... Thanks, but so sorry, NO on Option B. Have seriously considered leaving it with a friend here in AZ. He's restoring a 65' coupe, so I'm confident I can trust him...

 

A little afraid of the Public Storage places simply based on security issues, but it's not out of the picture for a solution though.

 

Would really rather put it on display in a museum or private collection for 2 years, but haven't found any takers yet.

 

Still searching though.

 

Keith

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