Barton Motors to be sold at auction
copyright the Chronicle May 13, 2015
by Tena Starr
BARTON — The Barton Motor Company, for many years a thriving Ford dealership, will go up for foreclosure auction on June 15.
Court papers say that Winston Harper, who once owned the company with his brother Woody Harper, is owed $434,802 in principle and interest. They also say that there are six federal tax liens on the property, amounting to a little over $103,000.
Woody Harper died in February, 15 years after he and his brother parted ways as co-owners of the company.
Winston Harper said their father bought the dealership and garage in 1958….To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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