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What's The Weirdest Thing You've Found


paulram

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Mine was a parking pass to a community college the year after it was made. You sure have me beat.

1995 Toyota Landcruiser

1975 2002A

1989 Dodge Raider (sold)

1974 Toyota Landcruiser (very sadly sold)

1994 BMW 530i (sold)

1992 BMW 325i (sold)

1970 2002 auto sunroof (sold)

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That's no east coast lizard...

 

Looks like the shedded skin from an Aligator lizard.  They are very common in California.

 

I only slightly weird thing I found was a 'Green Party' button under the back seat of my '73 tii.

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'73tii Inka 🍊

'74tii Fjord 🏄‍♂️

 

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My father bought a 1941 Graham Hollywood that was sitting in a barn for over 30 years. We popped the trunk open and there was a skeleton of a cat with four baby cat skeletons next to it like they are nursing.

70 BMW 1600 Malaga & Nevada

And a bunch of other old junk

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I found this hidden in the rear of the ash tray.

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I always do it right the second time.

1970 2002 Chamonix (Fiona)

1976 2002 Chamonix (Blanche), '73 2002 Colorado (Nemo), '72 2002 Riviera, '74 2002 Atlantik, '71 1600 Sahara (Binkley) all sold

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20 yrs ago I moved my tii to a warehouse for storage.  Now that I have it back in my garage I am going through it. When I removed the front seats I found my "stolen" diver's watch.  20 yrs ago I was 100% sure someone stole it during a garage sale.  So much for being 100% sure!

 

Not weird but I also found the Oct. 1993 issue of Roundel in a seat pocket.  Classified section has dozens of 2002s for sale including: 74 tii CA car vin 2782777 "near zero rust" $2,950; another 74 CA car tii vin 2782296 "no rust" $6,750 OBO; 73 TX car tii vin 2764350 "absolutely no rust" $5,550.  Bill Howard's End Piece article stated: "A 72-74 tii that sells for $4,000-$6,000 today could be worth $8,000-$10,000 in 5 yrs"  :-)

'71 MGB - sold   '74 2002 - sold

'89 XR4Ti - sold  '94 Miata R Package - sold

'73 tii - restoration project - sold

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No in an 02 but...., I bought a little Peugeot 306 diesel a few years back after crashing an E30 320i into a ford transit of all things and when I was cleaning out the interior, I found a numbered keyring to a locker I had in work that I lost about 5 years before hand same number, script exactly, had to have been the same one, I must have taken a lift in this car years before and didnt remember. I didnt know the owner or the car before buying it. Oh and I still used the same locker!

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hinge key


 

Found this in the glove box when I bought the car.  The weird part:  the seller didn't know the car had a trunk key!  

1971 2002 Malaga sold 1980

1974 Bavaria Riviera sold 1980

1972tii Riviera now white HPDE car

1984 325E (new) Henna sold 1992

1995 ///M3 (new) Avus sold 2005

1971 2002 Riviera 2572059

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