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Old 08-25-2020, 06:41 PM
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Unlike me, it doesn't age, and it still looks like a 1969..
It has probably settled into the ground half way up the rims by now!
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Might be a nice rig, can I afford it.
I never felt that I was qualified to determine what other can or cannot afford. That determination is between you and your wife. I know that I won't get back what I have invested, but it is a very dependable car, and just a few short years ago, I drove it from my home in Northeast CT to East Hanover New Jersey without any problems, except finding a gas station that was open at midnight in New Jersey.

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WOW ! Big difference from when I went & looked at it prior to your purchase
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I never felt that I was qualified to determine what other can or cannot afford. That determination is between you and your wife. I know that I won't get back what I have invested, but it is a very dependable car, and just a few short years ago, I drove it from my home in Northeast CT to East Hanover New Jersey without any problems, except finding a gas station that was open at midnight in New Jersey.

Love that ride height...
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Old 08-26-2020, 11:14 AM
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New springs, shocks, suspension, transmission, steering box, exhaust manifold gaskets, front and rear brakes & rotors, paint, rechromed front and rear bumpers, door gaskets, AM-FM Stereo Radio, electric antenna, Colonial Classic red linoleum, and probably a whole lot more that I can't remember. $25,000 or make an offer.
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Paul your ambulance is a stunning beauty!
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The ambulance is no longer for sale. I had a few very interested people in purchasing the car, however, transportation became too much of a stumbling block. Sandy and I have discussed it, and have decided that we would keep it and put it into cold storage over the winter, as we have done for many past years. In the spring, we will then decide if it should go or stay. It will also give me time to do some minor fixes that I had been putting off. Thanks to all those that emailed, PM'd, and made positive comments about the car. It has always been an absolute dream to drive.
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I like driving it. Having the front end rebuilt really made for a nice ride.
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