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Old 10-10-2013, 06:01 PM
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Freakin' awesome! Pure Eye candy for sure! IMO..
Thanks killer.
Interesting drivetrain, would that be straight through 1:1 ?
Hope they go to a good home.
If someone follows the auction, can you post the outcome of it please. Just interested.
Glad y'all had fun with the tread, I had fun reading the first page too, not knowing that I had forgotten to include the pic, LOL!!...

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here you go

Hemi Under Glass Barracuda collection heads to auction | Hemmings Daily



sign up and watch it live i am see ya later.

http://www.mecum.com/infonet/infonet.cfm
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Old 10-10-2013, 06:28 PM
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We should start a "guestimate" contest on the selling price.

I'll guess 1 million...
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OK, I watched the vids, although I have seen most of them "back in the day".
Now we gotta start a pool to buy them. I sooooooooo want to drive the '69...

It really is amazing how Bob could get it off the rear tires and then still control the descent and landing with the engine instead of crashing down.

I never cared for the "Little Red Truck" don't know why, I just didn't get off on a truck doing a wheelie the entire 1/4 mile. I did read about it some time ago and how they had plexiglass in the floor so the driver could "steer" it with the rear brakes while looking thru the floor !!
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We should start a "guestimate" contest on the selling price.

I'll guess 1 million...
A beautiful blown red '59 corvette just sold for a mere 30K$ ....too cheap!!!


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It would wheelstand even higher than in the pic. I saw it go all the way over, one late sixties evening in Illinois.
I did a re-up chassis certification on Bob's car several years ago. He was living in Prescott, AZ and towed it down to MetroCenter shopping center in north Phoenix where we met in the parking lot. Really nice guy and a beautiful car.
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Probably would've gotten twice that without the blower.
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Ain't it the truth.
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What about this, did this guy get good value? Or is that all they're worth?



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What about this, did this guy get good value? Or is that all they're worth? Duke
Anything on the planet is only worth what the next buyer will pay for it.
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i have gotten you hooked on the mecum auction . mr duke
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Anything on the planet is only worth what the next buyer will pay for it.
Yeah, that is very true.


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i have gotten you hooked on the mecum auction . mr duke
Ha Ha! yep, and a really nice '69 challenger convertible went through at $17,500


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Hey Tech, wonder if this guy will get his money back!


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