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I had an opportunity to purchase it. I lowballed the lady only to be out bid. The price.....He bought it for $500.00 I tried to call her back, but couldn't get ahold of her again. Story of my life....a day late and a dollar short. In case your wondering, someone had poured gas on the interior and sat it on fire. 6cyl was still in good shape, it only got the interior and top.

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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
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Not bad for $500!! You could part it out. Too bad you didn't get it though. Isn't that how it always works anyways!! hehehe

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Man, oh man!
I hate when stuff like that happens - you may have to hang around quite a while for another shot like that.

Beri Fraley
Strong, Proud, and Ugly.
 
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