So as some of you may have seen yesterday a tow truck came along and pulled out the 59 Lincoln. Due to the rain it took way longer than I thought it would to actually get back there to pull the dinosaur out. I mean just look at these massive tracks left by the slow lumbering long neck dino:

Yikes. So that is what 5000lbs and 19ft does to the earth after it sat there for 20 years. With a tug and a pull though the car finally came out and it is now at our mechanic and he will deliver the verdict on if the car is worth saving or not. He will look at the engine and decide if the block is cracked or if the engine in seized. If either diagnosis comes back I am afraid this car will no longer be mine. The parental police may step in and tell me I can't keep it (even though I am legally an adult and it is my money going into the car.) I should know by the end of the day what will happen and let all of you wonderful people know as well.

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Here are some more photos:

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I could't believe how large this car looks when it isn't surrounded by trees and weeds. It really is a boat. Major cliche but it is true. Overall I am excited the car is out and I am crossing my fingers it isn't too far gone to get running. Here is the original post for anyone who cars how it originally looked: