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Old 02-26-2024, 02:59 PM   #1
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Several years ago I sold my '41 woody to a friend who lives in Salisbry, MD. She has contacted me that she needs some help to get it running and back into driveable condition. I am now 87 and the car is about 4 hours away from me. Is there anybody in that area who could (or would) be interested in working on the car for her? Could be in Salisbury or possibly in Rehoboth, DE. Please let me know if you can help. I will pass the info along. Don
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Several years ago I sold my '41 woody to a friend who lives in Salisbry, MD. She has contacted me that she needs some help to get it running and back into driveable condition. I am now 87 and the car is about 4 hours away from me. Is there anybody in that area who could (or would) be interested in working on the car for her? Could be in Salisbury or possibly in Rehoboth, DE. Please let me know if you can help. I will pass the info along. Don


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Nice looking. Shouldn’t need too much
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