Murder At The Estate Sale (Part 5, page 3 of 5)


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Part 5

‚Äč When the apprasier saw how many cars there was he told them it would take at least a week maybe two weeks to fairly appraise all of them. It wasn't going to be an easy job because he had to make sure the vehicles wasn't involved in any bad accidents or a flood and the titles was cleared. He informed the lawyer of the same thing. The titles was the easiest part of his appraisal. The DNV was faxed the titles and they all belonged to the Wilson Car Dealership. One title stood out above the rest. It was 1957 White Ford Convertible that a ledgendary film star John Boddy had sold to Mr. Wilson himself when he went to California on a buying trip.The appriaser thought to himself this is priceless.

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