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I was just at the classic car dealership in Snohomish doing a little drooling. There was a semi-decent looking white 65 coupe. Had GT stripes and fog lights, Hi-Po emblems on the sides and a Hi-Po sticker on the air cleaner. The sign advertised it promenently as "an original GT with Hi-Po engine" for $15,000. Problems: engine was your basic 289, VIN said it was an A-code, Midas style exhaust hangers for the aftermarket GT trumpets, fresh drill holes through the radiator support for the fog light wiring ...

Now I know these types of places sell on consignment and they can always say "We didn't know any better, that's what the owner told us!". But still, you'd think a classic car dealer would know better, and maybe be concerned with their reputation.

Ah well, Buyer Beware!
 
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I saw that car, "Classic Auto World" is right in my hometown, i go there to bum around every once in a while, usually some pretty decent cars, not a whole lotta fords there it seems.
 
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