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Old 09-22-2018, 09:23 PM
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You should consider a 93 to 96 Brougham six door, they are fabulous cars and still easy to find a good one.
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A Superior school bus would fill all your needs....
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I have a 9 passenger wagon I'll trade you....
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Send pictures of wagon.
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The blue interier is kind of a turn off. But the silver and neutral one is ok. But to let others in CW Coach had a number of 6 doors at low prices. If i was closer and could look them over I would most likely pick one up. But i need one that all the side glass goes down but is not heavy tinted with enough power to drag 9 people up and down the hills. I just have not found it yet. And getting them sight unseen has not proved productive.
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Interior photo looks black. Don't assume the it has a blue leather interior just because they have it listed as blue on the web site. It may very well be black.
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you know what they say if your going to make money in the restoration business do chevys.
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All you gotta do is watch the late 60s early 70s Chevelles on any of the tv auctions and WOW!!! Best part is all the restoration parts are easy to find. And the cars are a snap to work on.
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but me I'm trying to piece together a Pontiac that there is nothing around for. I missed the boat.
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One of my first collector cars was a 1969 Pontiac GTO convertible, a one lady owner, with all the goodies, it even had the Hurst Dual-Gate shifter. I could go on and on about the cars I let get away. But, here we sit, broken hearted.......
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