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Old 04-12-2011, 06:41 PM
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Here's a sweet ride

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Wooden rims? Wow...that's old! Lot of cash for an old vehicle....but there can't be many around...pretty cool.
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Wow 10k..

But its supposed to run...
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I'm not a real big fan of the T's...they're just a little too primitive for my taste. Not that I wouldn't drive one, mind you- just that the next step up (the Model A) is something I could drive to work every day for over half the year.

$10k sounds about right for a decent, running T. You'd be hard-pressed to buy a wreck and make it nice for twice that sum.
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