Ou quase. Olhando aqui os links de entrada do blog, descobri que o assunto do Museu do Roberto Lee já é comentado novamente lá fora, após esse debate que o pessoal do Simca iniciou.
O que eu mais gostei foram as sábias palavras do Jesse nesse post, vejam só:
“I’m not sure of the make and model, but what I wanted to publicize is that no matter how historically important, financially devastating, or significantly rare, the best examples of incredible motor cars were collected and lost to neglect and ignorant thieves because of stupid greedy morons. The museum was a money maker, when the wife had Robert assasinated because of her affair, she went to jail and the kids ignored the security of the museum… which is fundamentally the inheritance they are losing due to fighting for. One of only two Tuckers to ever leave America, one record setting vehicle of national pride importance to Brazil, a Gran Prix winning 1932 Alfa, and others. Rusting. Exposed to rain and floods.
Enjoy what museums and collections you can, because they can be lost instantly… just ask New Orleans collectors, or the morons who inerited the Deer Park Winery and Auto Museum, the largest collection of convertibles in the world as I understand it, right here in San Diego.”
Diante de argumentos tão fortes, só me resta concordar. That’s it, Jesse!
Agora só falta sair no New York Times. Aí, quem sabe, as coisas não se resolvem?