Classic 1968 Ford Mustang sold with its former owners ashes inside

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Classic 1968 Ford Mustang sold with its former owners ashes inside

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A 1968 Ford Mustang has been sold with the ashes of its former owner in a jar still inside, after being parked under a tree for 40 years.The classic car is now being restored by Corner Classics, a repair shop on the Isle of Wight, off the southern coast of England.The unusual tale started last year, when car collector Zach Taylor from Atlanta, Georgia, found a craigslist post, the Mustang Fan Club reported.After getting in touch, he was told the post was made on the behalf of a man named Bruce who did not use the internet. Taylor set off to visit the Ford Mustang in Franklin, North Carolina, finding it in a 'cozy barn' but with heavy rusting to its exterior. The classic Ford Mustang (above) from 1968 pictured above was kept under a tree in Florida for decades before being transferred to a barn in North Carolina where it was put on Craigslist The classic car came with an additional feature - its former owner James' ashes inside a glass jar (above) The rust classic car had severe damaged to its interior and exterior (above). It had been parked under a tree in Florida for decades by former owner James before before moved to a cozy barn Bruce told Taylor that he had bought the car from his friend James who had since died and that James had kept the car under a tree in Florida 'for decades'. During the inspection, Taylor noticed an unusual looking glass container filled with something white and dusty, sat in the passenger seat of the vehicle.'What’s up with the jar on the inside?' he asked, before Bruce replied, 'That’s James!' 'Well, does James come with the car?' Taylor added.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Inventors design creepy-looking drone with HANDS they say... Incredible split-second reaction by racing driver avoids... Share this article Share After further thought, Taylor decided not to take the car, but according to site Jalopnik, Bruce wasn't going to take 'no' for an answer.Between July 2017 when Taylor first viewed the car and November 2018 when he later purchased it, Bruce constantly called and texted him the site reports.Taylor said that the seller called him between 30 and 50 times in a year sometimes in the early hours of the morning and would constantly text him.They eventually agreed on a price of $7,000 but after purchasing it Taylor decided the vehicle was in too bad of a condition for him to repair. The Ford Mustang from 1968 (above) was kept in a barn by the owner Bruce, who had it posted on Craigslist and was willing to sell it with the ashes of Bruce's friend the former owner James The classic Ford Mustang from 1968 pictured above as it now undergoes renovations to have it fitted with a new body shell Corner Classics posted humorous picture online of a model skeleton working on the Mustang The Ford Mustang from 1962 is being stripped back ready for its new body shellHe cleaned up the vehicle's 'hideously filth' interior and installed polished hubcaps, before listing it to eBay. It sold it to a colle

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