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Did anybody else see this ad?

$38K.
 

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Yes, I saw it. I don't have the extra $20K on top of selling both of my other cars. Not to mention, for $38K it's probably a rust bucket.

There's also another ad for a '67 T-code coupe, runs well and reliably, $950 obo. You gotta be worried about that.
 

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I sure don't have the money for it.

I would be in deep doo doo if I tried to work that one.
 

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We could have a PNW communal Shelby. Everyone could pitch in some money, and I could drive it and keep it at my place... How does that sound?
 

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Sounds like you had a few too many trips to the keg! ::
 

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Now if it were a '65 350"R" I might be tempted :eek:
 

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So I take it Keith isn't going to pitch in, anyone else?

Yeah, no kidding. Both kegs were tapped out lastnight by 11:30... ;)
 

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Why don't you sell all three of yours, and buy it outright (almost)?
 

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Trust me Steve, the thought has crossed my mind many times but I would need a float/loan until I could sell off all of my cars. By the time I would be ready, I am sure the car would be sold. :(
 

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I would need a float/loan
I'm not sure ...but I think $38-40 grand...might be a little beyond a "Floating" loan. ::
 

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Please...walk into a bank flashing that kind of "bling"? They'd be throwing money at you as were walking out the door. Go for it, Britton! ;)
 

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not sure ...but I think $38-40 grand...might be a little beyond a "Floating" loan. ::
I know it is...which is exactly why I thought we could all pitch in some cash. ;) But it doesn't appear that anyone is willing to. DAMN! ::
 

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You called him????....aren't we getting to be the little collector...... :: ;) ::
 

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1966 Ford Shelby

Price: $38,000
Trim: GT
Color: black

1966 Shelby GT350H - black w/gold stripes, AT, magnum 500’s, $38,000. Mike, 425-231-3617
 
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