It all started in Oklahoma in 1957, when the city of Tulsa buried a time capsule under the Court of Justice to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the state.
Something hard to believe
During this event, known as “Tulsarama”, the inhabitants of the region buried a small container of water-proof water in a large cement chest built with the same structure as one open against the attack of nuclear weapons, so that there were pushes. . future generations.
History of Plymouth
They buried a beautiful car, a Plymouth Belvedère Coupé Sport white and golden young man in foliage. This fully equipped Plymouth V8 Coupé was hailed as a symbol of the state’s industrial ingenuity by Lewis Roberts, chairman of the Tulsa Jubilee Committee. The car would be unearthed in 2007, and whoever guessed the number of residents that Tulsa would have on that day would receive the car as a present. As 812 responses are recorded in microfilm and not left unbroken so carro.