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Old 01-13-2013, 06:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Saw this 66 GT 350 today

Very nice car, guy said it was 1 of 255.
Crappy cell phone picture, though.

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Sweet! Looks like a nice day in Roanoke too. kip
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Good looking car and I am guessing it is a carryover car. Was the car in Roanoke?

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Good looking car and I am guessing it is a carryover car. Was the car in Roanoke?

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The car is in Roanoke.
Was such a nice day, looked to me the guy was taking it out for a spin from storage.
What's a carryover car?
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The car is in Roanoke.
Was such a nice day, looked to me the guy was taking it out for a spin from storage.
What's a carryover car?
1966 GT350 Carryover Cars
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:23 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Must have been a carryover, he told me it was 1 of 250.

I earlier said 255, he must have said 250, I probably heard him wrong.
The car sounded like a beast, was hard to hear.

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