We hear this story all the time: "my grandad bought this car and left it in his barn and now it's worth $3.4 Million." It's like the automotive equivalent of that "one weird trick" a local (based on your IP address) mom came up with for losing weight/fighting children/curing hemorrhoids. Was grandad an investment genius with a good eye for cars? Maybe, but probably not; he probably just bought a car he though was cool and didn't have to sell it in the ballin' '50s economy when he bought another one.
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