[Mini] Rocky Frisco's Luggage has been taken

John Lieberman jlieberman37 at comcast.net
Mon Sep 2 18:32:45 MDT 2019

I would hope, Brett, that his estate was settled a long time ago.

I don't know what the local ordinances are today in Tulsa, since I only 
lived there in the mid 70s, but I do know that we have a local ordinance 
here in Shreveport that allows Code Enforcement to have any vehicle 
towed if it poses what they consider to be an eyesore to the 
neighborhood.  Several years ago, they green-tagged a rust bucket Mini 
that I had bought for parts and told me that I had one week to either 
bring it up to operable condition or move it someplace where it was out 
of sight.  Otherwise, they would tow it away and bill me for the towing 
charge.  So I sold it to a college kid in Alabama who was looking for a 
project car.  I kept all of the usable parts and pieces that came with 
it and just sold him the shell, so I didn't really lose any money on the 


On 9/2/2019 12:35 AM, Brett Nicholson wrote:
> Hi,
> Is Rocky's estate still not finalized?
> (I can't believe that the Tulsa authorities can legally remove a car 
> from private property!  That's ridiculous!)
> Regards,
> Brett Nicholson (bnicho)
> Greendale, Victoria, Australia.
> On Sun, Sep 1, 2019 at 4:37 AM John Lieberman 
> <jlieberman37 at comcast.net <mailto:jlieberman37 at comcast.net>> wrote:
>     If it was seized by the City for being an "inoperable vehicle," or
>     some other drummed up charge, it was probably taken to an impound
>     or storage yard -- maybe one shared with the County.  Here in
>     Shreveport, if your vehicle is impounded by the City, you have a
>     certain amount of time in which you can re-claim it by paying the
>     towing charge and a daily storage fee.  If it's not re-claimed by
>     the owner within that specified time frame it's either sold at
>     auction or scrapped.
>     Since we don't know who currently "owns" the Luggage, if anybody,
>     that could pose a very difficult situation to resolve.
>     John
>     On 8/31/2019 11:32 AM, Dr John C Bullas wrote:
>>     Tulsa City took it away from someone's yard where it had been stored
>>     Watch out for it.
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