Southern Indiana Man Auctiones Classic Car For Tornado Relief In Western Kentucky | News


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A man in southern Indiana is considering auctioning his classic car, and every penny will go to victims of the tornado in Kentucky.

This is a 1928 Ford Model A rat rod, and it could be yours.

“Basically something that looks old, rusty. It’s not supposed to have paint,” said Adam Sines, the car’s owner. “I knew I could take one of those cars and donate it and make a lot more money by auctioning it off for the cause than I could just donate money.”

He asks the highest bidder to write this check to Tornado Relief in Western Kentucky.

The highest bid is currently $ 36,000. This was done on Thursday December 16 at 10:45 am. He executes it seven days after the last offer, so it could go quickly if someone doesn’t outbid.

“It could go on for a while,” he said. “I hope we can get them some money soon enough. But the more money we collect, the more we can help.”

Emergency management agencies have said money is the best thing to help tornado victims as their needs are constantly changing.

“I’m greedy by not doing something, by not doing something that I can do,” he said.

Sines said he was blessed, and it is only a small way he can give back.

“It’s just a fun toy for me,” he said. “It’s nothing but fun, and I’m just greedy in enjoying it and not taking it and using it wisely, you know? So the more money it makes, the more we can. help the money, the more people we can help with. “

The auction will close on Thursday, December 23 at 10:45 am, unless someone places a bid over $ 36,000.

To bid on the car, visit Sine’s Facebook page here or call him at (812) 572-6276.

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