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Old 07-10-2018, 07:20 PM
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So I hadn't planned on buying a car but one came available that interested me. That deal never happened, but I learned that my old 64 was coming available which prompted me to call Russell Street. I sold Russell this car a few years ago for what reason I don't remember other than I know Russell wanted the car and I thought it was an excellent place for it. I was right. Russell took excellent care of the car, made some major improvements and enjoyed it.
All of that said, today we picked up the car and drove it home. Now I am faced with the dilemma, which car goes to Detroit? This one, the Pontiac or the 54"?
Ron, if you ever want to sell her, she'd look breathtaking next to my limousine
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