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View PostHave you ever gotten rid of something that you really, really, really wish you had kept?

 

yes, all the plugs i just sold on BST, and the 704zwaaah.gif

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View Post1969 camaro

1965 mustang

1964 1/2 mustang

the list goes on and on...frown.gif

 

same thing:

 

67 Mercury Cougar XR7

68 Mustang Fastback

72 Dodge Charger and chanenger

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This truck was hard to part with. I got $4500 for cash for clunkers last year for it. I was the original owner (1994) It was really good to me for 15 years. I know it was time for it to go but it was still hard. I loved that truck. At the time I traded it in it was at its tipping point the cash for clunkers came at the exact right time. It had enough wrong with it I would not have felt comfortable selling to to anyone. When I traded it in it was running on 20-50 and barrs leaks to keep the oil pressure up. The power steering pump leaked like mad. It over heated 3 days earlier door would lock but it was a gample whether they would still be locked when you came back to the truck. Rust was starting to invade. There was a bunch of other things wrong with it most of which I would put some sort of temporary band aid. It was ready to go. But it was still I still loved it. I kept the Knob for the 4wd shift for a keepsake.

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View PostHave you ever gotten rid of something that you really, really, really wish you had kept?

 

No, I'm a pack rat and never sell anything I might ever want to use again.

 

However I have bought many things I really, really, really wish I hadn't...

 

and save the CL hooker jokes dingus tongue.gif

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