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Old 04-10-2019, 08:06 PM
Kerry Bogard Kerry Bogard is offline
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I'll invite someone else to load the pic. I don't have time.This car was for sale on Craigslist over 18 months ago. I contacted him and he was not ''user friendly". At that time, I simply asked him a load of questions he couldn't answer and too look for the Coach Builders tag. I assume, by this ad on ebay, he found it. He told me HE had the car repainted at great expense so, the story' has changed but, for those of you FD's looking for a 'lobby art' piece or neat old Dodge this car qualifies. I see he dropped his asking price from memory $12k so, it's now do-able. This fellow had bought an entire collection of cars and this was part of them. I remember (and I don't remember much at my age the seat was Vinyl not leather and the windows, though they reflect 'slats' in the pic, he claimed were embellished or leaded glass (the pix on craigslist were lame at best). There you have it ...Good Luck
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