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When Marcus Edell sat down once again at his computer, mining through a myriad of websites, he had no idea that his quest for vintage tin would actually yield gold. Like many miners, patience is key. Coming up with a genuine discovery is rewarded only after chasing many frustrating false starts. As he pulled up one more listing for hot rods, a few poor quality photographs of an old truck buried deep in a storage unit caught his attention. The nose was distinctively 1950's F100. The paint looked custom from a bygone era.
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