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Old 12-11-2003, 08:52 PM
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Some vehicles........Caddys, Lincolns and such........the more options...the more value.....


Other vehicles......mainly performance types.......radio/heater deletes and such improve the value.

People also "list" stuff to make their vehicles stand out or different from the rest of the crowd.

For instance.........my 40 Ford is a standard " business man coupe" or 3 passenger coupe. It has NO backseat. Some 40 Ford coupes are opera coupes...2 small jump seats..........other 40 Ford coupes have a regular (but small) rear seat.

The 1940 Ford standard business man coupe was the preferred vehicle of choice for MoonShiners ..back in the day. You could put MORE whiskey in it and it was the lightest 40 Ford made





Every SBC I have ever looked at had a number........
Maybe his is correct casting number wise but has been "decked" to remove the incorrect VIN number





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