This 1961 300G came from a collector who lived in Moscow Idaho who sold it to the Lemay Museum.
I remember it well when I purchased a white 300F from that man.
Today's Hemmings e-newsletter has the following piece on the trio of classics - Mardi Gras Red G Coupe, '57 Nomad and '66 Mustang - heading east, from the LeMay Museum in Tacoma, to Detroit.
Here's the link - http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2015/12/28/the-drive-home-part-1-headlong-into-the-snow/?refer=news
In icy rainy Chicago
F Coupe hibernating, out of the elements, in the garage
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