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Hmmm...

Boy, I could use that right now....

Anybody else?

I'm thinking that should buy a nice late 60s GM iron...... :dance:

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1969 Yenko S/C Camaro "Recreation" - $20995 (C&C Classic Oldies)

[link] http://southjersey.craigslist.org/ctd/1018873560.html

C & C Auto Sales, Inc.

"The Original Home of the Oldies"

[link] http://www.ccautosales.com/

All they ask is that you don't slobber on the cars.

I went there once last Summer. Like a candy-store to a 5 year-old.

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I'm thinking that should buy a nice late 60s GM iron...... :dance:

Last night, after Borders, I went to the auto mall and drooled over some G8s...8 grand + 20 grand...oh well....it ain't happening, but what a kick-ass car that G8 is.

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Last night, after Borders, I went to the auto mall and drooled over some G8s...8 grand + 20 grand...oh well....it ain't happening, but what a kick-ass car that G8 is.

Yep.....

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I wish my house and car were paid off. $14,670 doesn't even come close.:( Edited by ocnblu
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Well yah, I could pay the car off. The house payment would still be sticking in my craw, though.
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$8000?

I bet that would be enough, in this crapppy economy,

to find a nice drivable Pre-war car. No, not a Packard

Twin-Six or a Cadillac phaeton, but maybe a solid

but dusty & partially incomplete 1936 Buick vicky, or

a '37 Pontiac 8 sedan. :)

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