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Old 06-11-2018, 04:04 PM
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I have a rebuilt 28 for sale. New bearings, brushes, commutator turned/undercut and the correct hammertone gray finish. 2 year warranty. One of the lower finger guards is broken. $300.00 plus shipping.
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Your car would have come from the factory with either a Federal Model 28 in the mechanical and most common option or the Federal Director model as a electronic siren that had wail, yelp, PA and radio as options. I don't believe the Federal Interceptor came out till the late 60s or early 70s
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Kevin's offer is a good one for your coach! Especially given the fact that it has been professionally restored!
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