The insurance always makes a stink about keeping our Classic Car Insured cars in a locked garage to keep them safe. Tonight, that turned out to be the least safe place. A freak wind event snapped a couple of trees and brought them down on the garage. In this photo is a 3-bay garage smashed to the ground. In the middle bay...when debris is cleared…we will find the remains of a 1972 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban. :-( The cars sitting outside got very minor damage. The good news, my buddy had decided to take the night off. Otherwise, he would have been under it starting on a rear main seal replacement. PHEW! UPDATE - Trees cleared. Wagon spotted! Roof is buckled down the middle. I was stunned to see the pillars and glass intact. Still, the photo gives no sense of how crushed it is. Peeking down low with a flashlight, it looks like it is on the ground. It will probably be a week before the garage debris is cleared away. IF ANYONE is interested in the remains for parts scavenging, please send me a message. The insurance company will need to know ASAP if I plan to buy it back. I cannot store it, so I will need to have a game plan in place.