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Old 03-08-2010, 10:10 AM   #1
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:17 AM   #2
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Ha, looks pretty good actually. Would make a good family hauler.

They could have done better with the middle row of seats, though. Should have Aero seats throughout.
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Colman Milne or Woodhal Nicholson did those. You can tell it was for funeral duty from the middle doors. They are commonly called 24 hour cars.
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There used to be a guy in PA (near Allentown) which made a few of these. Would be great to have access to one next year when I get married.
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There used to be a guy in PA (near Allentown) which made a few of these. Would be great to have access to one next year when I get married.
Meh, I'll rent ya Little Red instead. Might as well go in style, no?
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Thanks - but I think Delorean's 1960 Impala and Chinook would make a better combo with the school buses (shuttle vehicles for drunks) at my wedding - I just need to locate a large field to flood out and get some quads and old mattresses.......
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Thanks - but I think Delorean's 1960 Impala and Chinook would make a better combo with the school buses (shuttle vehicles for drunks) at my wedding - I just need to locate a large field to flood out and get some quads and old mattresses.......
Who is planning this affair? Mad Max? **scratches head**
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Who is planning this affair? Mad Max? **scratches head**
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I would like to talk about the limousine of 1998 saab 9000. As we now in this advanced and updated era where everything get updated on the same way the model, colors, price of limo every thing get changed. But Old is Always Gold. The look of old limo is still attract the intention of people.
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