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Re: Chrysler Collection For Sale



Thanks Dave. Quite a selection. Looks like he was into 1954 era Plymouths. The 1964 Chrysler in the barn seems like it 
would be a nice project. (Not for me! Resistance is necessary.) 

Gary H.


>  -------Original Message-------
  
>  Hey guys. A member of my car club had passed away and he was an avid collector of all things Chrysler. His wife is 
selling all his projects and parts cars so I figured I'd post them up here if anyone was interested. Most if not all cars have 
titles. I don't have specifics on any of them other than most are pretty rough. They're located in Far Hills, NJ. Pretty soon 
I'll be back at his house to take more pictures and get the details. Let me know if the pictures don't work.
>  
>  Dave in NJ 

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