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Old 01-19-2018, 06:34 PM
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I have been told that if you can't say something nice, then don't say anything at all and I should adhere. However, my first thoughts looking through this edition was that there is a lot of homely, if not ugly, professional cars in TPC 174. Obviously, it is just my opinion and I do not want to offend anyone, but I had to say it. There are some good looking cars in there too. And as usual, it is a nice issue.
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Ya can read how when a seller has a car, you call and verify there were no prior or pending deals, then you can purchase.
That sounds like a plausible statement. Yes. Happens all the time. No red flags there in that idea. Nope.
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Bill; Think what going to be said about many of todays pro cars 20 years from now. Its not a beauty contest its history. Like you said another great issue. Makes me wish I never sold my 69 Lehman Peterson limo a great car just you needed a football field for a U turn. Also happy with the recent purchase of an 2003 S&S Town Car Hearse.
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Ya can read how when a seller has a car, you call and verify there were no prior or pending deals, then you can purchase.
That sounds like a plausible statement. Yes. Happens all the time. No red flags there in that idea. Nope.
Plausible???? I don't think so!!!!! Some people have no shame, and believe the sordid tales and lies that they spin to justify their nefarious, deceitful, and selfish acts.
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Bill; Think what going to be said about many of todays pro cars 20 years from now. Its not a beauty contest its history. Like you said another great issue. Makes me wish I never sold my 69 Lehman Peterson limo a great car just you needed a football field for a U turn. Also happy with the recent purchase of an 2003 S&S Town Car Hearse.
You know, I keep looking and there really are some good looking professional cars there. I guess I love the 50s, 60s and 70s best, after that my interests are more specific. I have trouble liking many of the cars of today.
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Plausible???? I don't think so!!!!! Some people have no shame, and believe the sordid tales and lies that they spin to justify their nefarious, deceitful, and selfish acts.
now me I would be mad at the seller if I had a deal in the works and he sold it out from under me. remember a 71 48 in CB that this happen to me on

but to get back to the topic on hand we got out copy here and liked it
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