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Tuesday, 08 September 2020 23:12

Vacaville Fire Consumes House, 3 Classic Cars

Written by Steven Symes, Motorious
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Once again California is being consumed by fire, causing substantial property loss and unfortunately some deaths.

A fire in Vacaville, in the northern part of the state, not only took out a couple’s home, but also their three beloved classic cars.

 

Stored in the garage was a reportedly immaculate 1949 Riley which is now just a charred frame. Also claimed by the fire was a 1959 Morris Minor and a 1967 MGB.

 

All three are historically important cars. Each is a collectible and while they can be replaced, they had tremendous sentimental value.

 

We’ve seen other car collections burned up in fires, both in California and elsewhere. And while it’s great to hear nobody was hurt, including the couple’s four cats and dog, it’s still sad to see such beautiful cars unnecessarily ruined. We’ll be fair and say it’s also tragic that their home burned down, but we’re a collector car site first so that’s our focus.

 

John Phillips, a retired music teacher who still plays with the Vallejo Symphony Orchestra, has a great attitude about the situation.

 

“Everything can be replaced,” he told local journalists. There’s nothing to be done with what’s been lost at this point, so the man is right.


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