So I decided to finally deal with the crawlspace in the new house. A bunch of fallen insulation, failed vapor barrier, and animal activity hid many treasures from the most radical of decades. Let’s put on our respirators and take a look!
First up, we have a later addition to the treasures - a third row seat from a C5-era A6 Avant. Appears unused/complete/in working order, but does need a good clean. Free to any Oppo who can pick up in DC and hates themself enough to own a turn of the century A6 wagon.
Next up we have a honest to goodness New Year’s ‘88 flyer from ur-TJ Maxx Zayre. 5 quarts of 10w30 for three bucks!
Need something for Nibby? $21 off a Commodore 64! Zelda for only $46 - that’s only like $102 today.
How about something for the car? 25% off Kraco stereos, 2 gallons of antifreeze for $6, $3 air filters, and sealed beam headlight for $6.
What would an archaeologic dig of this type be without the discovery of beer cans? No internet points for guessing which ones were located. But they are tallboys, and check out the cool Pabst logo molded into the top.
But what’s that hiding to the right.... The most valuable treasure has been located:
That’s right, the ‘57 T-Bird Micro Machine!!