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Saturday, January 31, 2015

This luxury car 'rose' of her grave!

We pull backward to 8 years ago, precisely in 2007 in which a car was 'woken up' of a time capsule that freezes since 1957. It's a Plymouth Belvedere, aka Miss Belvedere successfully wowed the fans of classic cars of today.

Actually  in 1957, Miss Belvedere deliberately buried by Virgil Exner and reopened in 2007 to show high automotive tastes of Miss Belvedere on that time, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In 1957, Miss Belvedere deliberately buried by Virgil Exner in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/1tJlHqu & http://bit.ly/1w7JwmW)
It buried under concrete, the car is then removed with a dirty condition because it is not exposed to water for decades. Interestingly though surrounded by rust, no amount of parts of the car are hollow. That is the rust that is only a layer of rust on the outside body and not to afford to ruin it.
Miss Belvedere shortly after getting out of her grave in 2007. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/1tJlHqu & http://bit.ly/1tJm1p3)
Regardless of all dirt, the beauty of Miss Belvedere barely no diminished just because it is surrounded by patches of rust. When the car tried to turned on, just because of the mismatch of fuel eventually not be turned on. The car is also the product of well-known manufacturers, Chrysler is already in a garage owned by Graveyard Cars in order to restoration.
Miss Belvedere in 2009, and as it looks today. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1tJlvHM)
This burial is actually a kind of proof that the luxury car has a remarkable resilience. "It's Alive!", maybe said by Prof. Frankenstein when he saw this car woken up of her grave. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | HEMMINGS DAILY]
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