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Delta Force79

Belvedere's aren't the only Plymouths buried in OK

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IDK Fly, I think it's kinda cool....I hope I'm around in 2048 to see if this car looks mint or like $h! too :P

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And its welded shut. I cant wait til 2048! Ill go down there to see it and tell stories of my fathers 99 breeze abd how plymouth died at the turn of the century and all of the little ones will gather to listen. lol.

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I'm thinking this one has a better shot of being in good condition when it is opened.

Now ... if only I could live that long ... heh.

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GMTruckGuy74    228

Ill be around. This one looks much more secure then the other vault. plus its pressurized.

Please, share your crystal ball with the rest of us... I want to know if I'll be around then too! :P

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Yes... I know about this one too.

A 1998 Prowler is cool but it can not hold a candle to

a 1957 Plymouth. I'd gladly crush this thing to save

Miss Belvedere.

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ZL-1    160

I think they should dig a hole and put Tulsa into it! Muhahahahahaha! :P

Dig a hole in the Prowler and put Tulsa into it? :smilewide:

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