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It sold on eHay (1847380113) the other day? BTW, enjoyed having dinner with you and the others in Pleasanton.
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I remeber living in the Stoneridge Apartments in Pleasanton, CA. $1100 for 725 sq feet - I moved to the east coast and lived with 125' of water front beach frontage for 2.5 years and 2300 sq feet for the same price.

I don't think I will ever understand that State.
 
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Yes I did... and I have been keeping my comments to myself since I don't have any proof as to whether or not it was for real. Very nice restoration with only like 3-5 things I could find wrong.

Yeah, good time at dinner. Nice meeting you guys!
 
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"keeping my comments -- " Nice idea. There sure seems to be way too much spent lately on picking apart everything on the market.
 

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There sure seems to be way too much spent lately on picking apart everything on the market.

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Why can't you pick it apart? If the ad says:

"As you can see from the photos it has been painstakingly restored to 1967 authentic condition. "

then the product should live up to its advertising.
 

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Amen to analyzing cars. When you are trying to sell something, you had better tell the truth. I just went to your webpage and wow! Love the work you did on your cars.
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