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Old 06-19-2012, 10:55 AM
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ok, no answer so here goes. i have a 1966 vette also. its a garage queen as it was fully restored 4 years ago and i rarely drive it. its just one of those cars. bought it from the guy who had it restored at a cost oer 80k. if i sold it i would have to have 65k. that nice. no bull ####. car. i have a few cars ive collected over the years and maybe i need to get some new ones as the new has worn off on a lot of em.being in the car buisness and as a liscend appraiser ive been lucky to have acquired what i have. ive got a project thats killing me now as it has been a fix this then fix this deal and im tired of it but cant stop as i have tooooo much in to stop. you could pm me or call. i really didnt want another project but this car of yours intrigues me. maybe im just biting of more than i can chew. issues in life now with my wife so maybe im talking myself out of digging another hole. just ramblin as ive got to much time on my hands right now.just bought 5 m1 garands threw cmp. having buyers remorse as we speak. oh well they print new money everyday.
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Old 06-24-2012, 11:26 PM
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Thanks Kyle but thats not on my radar. I would mainly be interested in a complete (or nearly complete) pre 1960 Hearse, Flower Car, Limousine, or Sightseeing Car. I could go on and on, an all aluminum gooseneck trailer like a Featherlite, ATC, Gold Rush, a low mileage motorhome, a vintage motorcycle, a house in Florida, a single woman with a 5000 sq. ft garage..........
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Old 06-24-2012, 11:31 PM
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A single woman with a 5,000 sq.ft garage, of course you would want to see pictures first before commiting,of the garage I mean..
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:42 AM
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Thanks Kyle but thats not on my radar. I would mainly be interested in a complete (or nearly complete) pre 1960 Hearse, Flower Car, Limousine, or Sightseeing Car. I could go on and on, an all aluminum gooseneck trailer like a Featherlite, ATC, Gold Rush, a low mileage motorhome, a vintage motorcycle, a house in Florida, a single woman with a 5000 sq. ft garage..........


Not sure what you mean by a sightseeing car, but i have a 1960 Plymouth with a slant 6. Big tail fins.....
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Old 06-27-2012, 11:15 AM
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thanks for answering. i get you need big big money and i dont blame you one bit. thats one fine automobile. got motorhome but ill have to keep it. only sightseeing car i have is a convertible buick that im afraid to put the top down on as it cost me 4500 to have it made. haha saw a old sightseeing car in california last year needing full restoration and they were asking 15 large needing 30-40 more to make a car out of it. good luck sir.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:09 AM
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Checking to see if anyone has changed their mind.
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:46 AM
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I just want to run it by here again before listing it online.
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