0F91G512239 Unrestored Comp Blue/Black

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Mike_B_SVT wrote:Congrats Dave! Sweet car - and it definitely went to the right person!
I feel certain that Dave put in the work to earn "the brass ring", but (being a tad jealous), it should of course have gone to me!
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Bob with your talent, you need to bring one back to life that no one else could consider touching. This car would drive you crazy because there is nothing to do but clean it up and preserve it in its original condition. Find that rust bucket GT-E or G car and save it!
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xr7g428 wrote:Bob with your talent, you need to bring one back to life that no one else could consider touching. This car would drive you crazy because there is nothing to do but clean it up and preserve it in its original condition. Find that rust bucket GT-E or G car and save it!
Good point Bill! However, I'd like to think that that there is that infinitesimal chance that I have learned how much better my head feels when I stop banging it against the wall! :buck:

Maybe in a couple of years when I retire I will - once again - think that eating rust for multiple years is a fine idea...
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If nothing else, it saves you from having to take an iron supplement.......
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I wondered who would buy this one and now, I wonder why I wondered. Grats to ya, Dave.
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Dave,

Congrats on getting the car and glad to see it went to someone who appreciates it for what it is. Glad it was in good shape and minimal effort to get it to run. I look forward to your posts on what you find.

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talk about a garage find....congrats on the new addition.
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Congrats - nice looking car and I love the color.
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Wow. She's a beauty
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AZ Chris wrote:Wow. She's a beauty
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