Assignment Desk: Havana 94118 – The Locus of 1950′s Cars in San Francisco is 3047 Turk Street

There are about a half-dozen classic cars parked around the end of Turk Street up above USF like all the time.

It’s a triple-beam lyrical dream for old car lovers:

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The above shot is recent, but here’s one from all the way back in aught-eight. See ‘em all?

Assignment Desk:

Who owns all these cars and why?

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4 Responses to “Assignment Desk: Havana 94118 – The Locus of 1950′s Cars in San Francisco is 3047 Turk Street”

  1. Einstein says:

    That is a gorgeous 1958 two door Buick Century with its factory color of copper.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    That’s the pick of the litter, I think.

    Just don’t know who collects all these rigs…

  3. MorganDriver says:

    I know who it is :)

  4. sfcitizen says:

    Fair enough. Someone else will have to solve the mystery. I didn’t see this collector written up online…

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