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Old 05-04-2014, 08:40 AM
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If I were to ever win the Lottery I would find that GMC COE ,love to have it..it would probably take a Lotto winning to buy it

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Old 05-04-2014, 10:09 AM
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That's kinda cool if you ask me. Looks like something GM would have done as a styling excercise.

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That's kinda cool if you ask me. Looks like something GM would have done as a styling excercise.

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At first I didn't notice the rear fenders ,look like an early Chevy fender I would like to have side view, very aerodynamic looking ,exept front of trailor,wich he probably not concernd with gas mileage, Just appearance.
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:58 AM
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I was talking about the shortened 61-62 Impala.

But that COE is cool too.

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At first I didn't notice the rear fenders ,look like an early Chevy fender I would like to have side view, very aerodynamic
Looks like they used the back end of a '47, or so, Mercury coupe with '37-38 Chevy tail lights and Desoto bumpers of about the same vintage
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I was talking about the shortened 61-62 Impala.
Interesting idea, but the proportions are all wrong ... might work better with a wagon
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There are several 55 - 57 chevy 4 dr cut down the same way that is the reason for small rear side window ,, the best ones To Me are the 62-65 novas cut the same way from a 4 dr,
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Looks like they used the back end of a '47, or so, Mercury coupe with '37-38 Chevy tail lights and Desoto bumpers of about the same vintage
Caught the Desoto bumper and Chevy fender ,and the KW VIP roof , but I missed the Merc or 40s Ford rear clip Good eye .
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How 'bout a stretch T limo…
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How 'bout a stretch T limo…
Now that is both "Fugly" and "Fupid"
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And it can be yours… Ford Model T Model T Stretch Limousine Conversion | eBay
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That is wild, I could see it being used in some tours the problem is getting in and out, not everyone could get in and out of that thing. I love it when someone has something like that for sale and says something they have "Needs carburetors adjusted". It's like the car as one flat tire so you don't fix it before you put it on the market?

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After you get tired of your "T" limo you'll probably want one of these.

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Oh yeah, it's a Harley!
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This is kind of neat.

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