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Sometimes in life, you just gotta take a chance.
There really is not other good explanation for why John Lang would want to stop at a stranger’s house, knock on the door and inquire about an old Ford he heard might be sitting in a shed on the property. Lang had never restored such a car. Never owned one, and never even owned a collector car before.
But “barn find” automobiles can have an irresistible appeal, and Lang, a resident of Marshfield, Wis., simply couldn’t pass up the chance to drag an old car out into the sunlight for the first time in years and give it a second chance in life.
“How long had it been sitting there? I couldn’t tell you. A long time,” said Lang of his beautiful 1946 Ford Super Deluxe coupe sedan. “It was sitting in a machine shed with a dirt floor, but it survived really well, I gotta say that.
There was more than a little irony at work when Denny and Kim Harms pulled the trigger and bought themselves a rare and stunningly original 1941 Packard 120 woodie wagon. The Harms are big woodie fans and run a business restoring old wood-bodied Chryslers, but they wanted nothing to do with restoring this Packard. Even though they are restorers, they were going to keep their power tools away from this one.
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