Title

Saga of Richard Sampson's 1954 Corvette. The Maine farmer founded a chain of 33

Authors

Source

Biz

Date

9-1-1996

Pages

2

Abstract

Saga of Richard Sampson's 1954 Corvette. The Maine farmer founded a chain of 33 Maine supermarkets. Sampson kept his Corvette, with 2331 miles on the odometer, in a basement cell at one of the supermarkets, until new building owners forced his daughter Cynthia to relocate it. She kept the car in her Florida living room for ten years, before selling it to a Corvette dealership in Ohio. No one knows why.

Subjects

Automobiles, Sampson, Richard Sr

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