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Old 11-13-2016, 10:22 PM
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This is a fun parade car, cruise night car, or local shows. It is a good looking ambulance that gets lots of attention. Runs and drives well. Lots of work has been done, but it is far from perfect, just being honest. I am thinking of an Amblewagon, station wagon ambulance, or standard wheelbase ambulance, or combination, or a small limousine plus cash. I guess that after all of these huge cars, we are ready for one that fits in a standard garage.
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Default Low top Pontiac

Any chance you might be interested in a swap of some stgructure for a low top Pontiac? We love ours because it fits in our garage, but I have a friend with storage, and we miss having a high top. Just wondering. Ours is the white 1970 Superior
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Any chance you might be interested in a swap of some stgructure for a low top Pontiac? We love ours because it fits in our garage, but I have a friend with storage, and we miss having a high top. Just wondering. Ours is the white 1970 Superior
Bill, any chance you could post some pics for us to see? Low tops are not that common.
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Bill, any chance you could post some pics for us to see? Low tops are not that common.

Thank you Tim, I was hoping to see it myself. But, Bill must be having second thoughts, because I have not been able to contact him.

It might sound crazy, but right now, I am forced to pay $175 per month for storage and that was after two weeks of negotiations. Truth is, I can't justify the rent, we just don't use it much. Something that fits in my garage would be better.
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trade you for a limo that is if your carafe is over 20 foot deep.
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I have the perfect car for you ,fits anywhere.
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I have the perfect car for you ,fits anywhere.
It is funny, I always thought it would be fun to have a Beetle convertible. So about six, or seven years ago, we bought one. Well, I used to fit in them, but I really can't get comfortable in them anymore, I guess my height hasn't changed, but my width has.
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trade you for a limo that is if your carafe is over 20 foot deep.
It is a bit shy of 20 feet.
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