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RE: 928 in a barn: the legend lives on (no Audi content)
That song is probably the only reason I am a car enthusiast now. I used to
listen to it over and over. It was the first song that ever made me actually
picture what it was saying.
Down in his barn,
My uncle preserved for me an old machine,
For fifty-odd years.
To keep it as new has been his dearest dream.
I strip away the old debris
That hides a shining car.
A brilliant red Barchetta
>From a better, vanished time.
I fire up the willing engine,
Responding with a roar.
Tires spitting gravel,
I commit my weekly crime...
Just enjoying my Rush album here...