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From: Kenny J.
Date: February 28, 2002
The other side of the coin, Ted. I should qualify what I wrote above. If a car needs everything or has been tampered with along the way, it's not as bad as say, taking a solid original car that needs freshening up and modifying it instead. Then there was the Plymouth club member who bought a '58 Plymouth convertible which what was little more than a rusted out shell from the cowl back sitting on a rusty frame. He cut up four solid four door sedans, two which were complete cars, to get everything he needed to restore the one convertible. That made me wince!