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Cars are everywhere out west.

You can go for a Sunday drive around the Seattle area and find ten or twelve cars in yards to buy. And they are rust free. On this sites want ads there is a 67 Pontiac lemans for 2000.00 with a 455. Classic car liquidators has lots of cars all drivers a 68 Buick GS for 2000.00 that car is a real tire fryer. I bought a 74firebird a couple or years ago for 1500.00 and drove it home. Took it to the metal only rust was in left rear ouarter about 2"x3" patch no biggie. I don't be leave the work some of you guys put into back east rust buckets. So beat the bushes and find what's close to home and cheap.
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You can go for a Sunday drive around the Seattle area and find ten or twelve cars in yards to buy. And they are rust free. On this sites want ads there is a 67 Pontiac lemans for 2000.00 with a 455. Classic car liquidators has lots of cars all drivers a 68 Buick GS for 2000.00 that car is a real tire fryer. I bought a 74firebird a couple or years ago for 1500.00 and drove it home. Took it to the metal only rust was in left rear ouarter about 2"x3" patch no biggie. I don't be leave the work some of you guys put into back east rust buckets. So beat the bushes and find what's close to home and cheap.
hahaha one count um one sad buick for 3000.00 the rest are well a 75 firebird 8000.oo a 79 z 28 9k, a 66 lemans for the cheap price of only 13999.oo almost everything was 10k and up..
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Guys... don't waste your time. The OP made this one post over a week ago and hasn't been back since. Probably a know nothing kid having fun.

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Guys... don't waste your time. The OP made this one post over a week ago and hasn't been back since. Probably a know nothing kid having fun.

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THERE WAS A TIME WHEN WE ALL WHERE KNOW NOTHING KID!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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THERE WAS A TIME WHEN WE ALL WHERE KNOW NOTHING KID!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There's a big difference between being a know nothing kid messing around in a forum and being young and wanting to learn. If he actually wanted to learn something he would have been back and joined the discussion. I'm surprised you can't tell the difference.

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There's a big difference between being a know nothing kid messing around in a forum and being young and wanting to learn. If he actually wanted to learn something he would have been back and joined the discussion. I'm surprised you can't tell the difference.

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maybe the kid does his school work and not the forum first.. or maybe the kid/guy does the school/job then life first or any combo of these
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