So, say my father took out a loan for this car in the early 70's, possibly 1972 I think. Would I be able to track the bank that he took the loan out through and then would they still have any record what-so-ever of the VIN/Title of the car?
Oh, and I'm not necessarily trying to mend the relationship with my family, but my dream car is a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge (PHS, not clone), 400ci Ram Air IV, Hurst shifter 4 speed Muncie, Grabber Orange/Carousal Red, spoiler, the 69 Judge stripe from the front quarter panels to the rear windows, hide away headlights, etc. You might understand, I love this car. I had one, but I was young and stupid and rodded the hell out of it and got rid of the car. I just think it would be neat to own the one my father worked so hard to get because he really wanted the car when it was sitting at the dealership. He traded his 1967 Malibu, his baby, and took out a loan for the rest of the car and took forever to do it. The car, even though I personally never owned it, has a lot of sentimental value to me just from the stories everyone including my father told me when I was a kid about "Skip's Judge" and how he never lost a race except to another 69 Judge that drove all the way from Kansas City down to Springfield, MO just to race my father. Truth be told, if I find this car, I'm going to buy it and I'll probably only drive it on Friday and Saturday nights and it'll sit in my garage the rest.
Last edited by soshannon; 08-28-2007 at 11:19 PM.