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lead on '63 Polara
<earls67@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 28 09:57PM -0500

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/search/cta?is_paid=all&hasPic=1&search_distance_type=mi&max_auto_year=1973
 
 
 
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MO <micher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 28 10:31PM -0800

Thanks Gary for the link. Our members have some very nice
cars...........................MO
 
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D J <djohn14296@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 09:16AM

People sure do believe their cars are worth gold, expensive cars on that list.  DJ
 
On Thursday, January 28, 2016 9:58 PM, "earls67@xxxxxxxxx" <earls67@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 08:06AM -0600

I agree. Many dreamers. You can ask whatever you want though. What people want to pay is what counts.
 
The 1959 Edsel is less than what it would cost to get it to this condition. ...more
"Bob Faunce" <bobsbelvedere@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 11:49AM -0500

Here’s a guy who also thinks his ride is worth its weight in gold. 67 Barracuda Formula S with non-original engine, dirty interior, bad headliner, needing paint and maybe some patching for $16K?
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<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 12:05PM -0600

It looks like those photos were taken at night!
 
My 2c bias is that the more and clearer photos provided by a seller the more likely a vehicle will be accurately described and consequently sell for ...more
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 07:26PM

Must be smoking the ditch weed out there.
 
 
George
 
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george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 07:27PM

fastbacks are better looking IMO. 16K is pretty steep.
 
 
George
 
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PallCon Services <pallconservices@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 02:32PM -0500

Agree on Edsel
Would consider buying if closer and could inspect it, but not worth traveling 1500 miles
Enjoyed see all those cars on Craigslist
Thanks
 
David E. Blosser
 
 
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James Morgan <jwm1969@xxxxxxx>: Jan 29 08:14PM

. . .getting on in years...memory not what it used to be...didn't the Edsel have push button drive with the buttons in the center of the steering column?  Or was that in a parallel universe? James ...more
Eric Sturgis <ericsturgis@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 01:11PM -0800

Yeah it was called Teletouch and only in 1958, the ones that big size body
Edsel. The Ranger was the small Edsel. I think it was called Corsair and
Citation models, they came standard with ...more
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 04:17PM -0600

Note that the Mopar TorqueFlite pushbutton design was robust, reliable and relatively simple.
The Teletouch? Not so much. See:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teletouch#Execution
 
Gary H.
 
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Friday puzzlers 1-29-2016
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 29 07:53AM -0600

Happy Friday all,
 
Below are links to ads in which I found at least one thing puzzlingly interesting, ironic or funny in the description or the photos. See the note in brackets quoting the ad.
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More steering questions
Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 28 08:48PM -0600

Good to know Paul.
Thanks
 
On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 1:50 PM, 'Paul L.
http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.org/ml-le' via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail
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