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    President Member Mark L's Avatar
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    The last I saw, it was still being advertised for sale.

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    I'm now in central MN with the car. I don't know if I want to sell it or not. I'm having radiator work done right now. It's been no trouble up until a few days ago.
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    I don't know why these pictures are turned around. They're fine on my computer.
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    If you do decide to sell it, the Oregon license plates will be a plus. Minnesota folks love western cars as they tend to be less rusty than local cars - a LOT less rusty.

    Scott, good luck to you this winter in the frozen tundra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadioRoy View Post
    If you do decide to sell it, the Oregon license plates will be a plus. Minnesota folks love western cars as they tend to be less rusty than local cars - a LOT less rusty.

    Scott, good luck to you this winter in the frozen tundra.
    All the floors, including the trunk are completely solid. The car could hardly be more solid.
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