This is a little offbeat for a genealogy forum but I purchased a car at the estate sale back in '97. Heartie was the titled owner of the car. The car came with an oral history and I'm trying to verify that story, hence my search for a 'Foraker' or a cousin/relative that I could make contact with to try and verify the story. The head of the Delaware motor vehicle administration, Mike Shanahan, said he was a friend or neighbor of Heartie and new of the car and could verify that the oral history of the car was 'mostly' correct. Mike said there was a cousin named Ralph Blades that I have not been able to locate/contact who could fill in the story of the car. The car is a 1962 Austin Healey Sprite Mark-II, black with a red interior and a gray top. As I said it was titled to Heartie and was kept in storage until the estate sale after his death and was sold there by Frances before going to Florida.
Richard (Biff) Jones
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