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Old 07-21-2019, 06:23 PM   #9
Johnnya101
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Default Re: QUICK - 1930 Fordor Body Wood Condition Check?

Well, for $5k I expected one that needed work to get going and some interior work and stuff. It was a non running car with an okay but beat interior. And a Fordor which is least desirable. Not a $10k car, not $9k, not $8k. $5k wasn't too good to be true for it. In the ad. In person it was scrap.
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