What do you call a collection of rusty Singers, Hillmans, Simcas, and Sunbeams, assembled as part of an "outdoor museum" in Waukesha, and all for sale cheap? Wisconsin Death Trip?
This bunch of Rootes Group classics has roused the ire of the Communists in charge of zoning enforcement in Waukesha, and everything must go. Even Ed Gein himself would have a tough time resisting a '59 Singer Gazelle for just 300 bucks, and that's only the beginning! If Rootes machines aren't your obsession, you might consider the solid '72 Celica or the batch of cab-over-engine Detroit trucks from the 1930s and 1940s.
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