Betrayed and Lost: The Tragic Journey of My Beloved Classic Car

 I had a classic car that I bought when I was in high school and that means a lot to me. After I got married and had a baby,

    So the timing chain broke. My husband didn't know how to fix it and we needed a bigger car, so my dad let me park it in the parking lot of his pickup truck.

After my father passed away, my mother sold the farm to my uncle and cousin. My cousin and her family did not live on the farm, they only farmed the land. I didn't think it was important to leave my car in Quonset, and thought if there was a problem you'd tell me.

She never said anything to me. Several years later, I heard that my cousin and her husband handed over my car to her brother-in-law.

I didn't want to cause a rift in the family, and my parents were cousins from their parents, so I let it go. Good years passed and my cousin died suddenly,

    Then her parents died. So I figured I wasn't going to cause any rift now that they were gone, so I called my cousins husband and left a message. I didn't get a response.

    I still have the address, and it would be valuable. I live in North Dakota and was wondering if I had any recourse?

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