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$100,000 and the reserve isn't met this person is smoking some good ****.
Amazing, check out the date and "OK" marking on the drivers side inner fender. I've never seen that in my life..
A little tacky looking though, I don't think I'd reproduce it.... But it's neat.
Anybody else ever seen that?
That sounds like a good time, what was your point againDoing a Burn out with this car would be like taking your Diamond encrusted Silver Sculpted $200K Tiffany's Goblet down to Earl's Pub and Pizzaria, drinking .25 Cent Tap Beers and bouncing it off lamp post's as you drunkenly staggered home.
The car was built to be driven. If I had that car it would have more than those original 5,000 miles within the first six months.Nice car, but it would be a shame not to be able to drive it. Its meant to be looked at and preserved. I'd rather own something I could actually enjoy using....
That's why they call them "SURVIVORS" because guys like you never got a chance to blow them up!:thumbsup:The car was built to be driven. If I had that car it would have more than those original 5,000 miles within the first six months.