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Curse the ScrappersCrushing Old Stock Cars
« on: January 10, 2012, 03:02:39 PM »
I just needed to vent..... What a hassle running parts for the wagon down is.....
1975 Wagon 500k+. Daily Driver for over 35 years. This thing spent 5 years in Germany. Has seen Europe from the POV of a Pinto...... Was repainted in '96. Other than that all stock. Took "Best Stock Unrestored" @ KCST Classic Car Cruise (Florence, Oregon 6/22/10)