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66 Acadian trunk bars


Well I dug these out so I might as well sell em to some needy person?

No pitting needs a good polish.

$125.00 plus shipping.



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I will take them. PM sent.

 

Jerry in KY



-- Edited by Jerhra on Sunday 16th of March 2014 11:31:18 AM

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that took longer than I thought...good stuff !wink



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What can I say,I don't care where the moneys from lol.

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They may be Darryl but we know the difference.

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PM sent Jerhra

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Payment sent.

 

I like the Canadian cars because of their rarity and the fact I can get the documentation on the cars. But to be honest, Nova's and Chevelles seem to sell easier and for more money in the US. I have owned Acadians for about 10 years and during that time I have not really noticed the value of the cars I own go up much. I don't buy a car for resale, but you have to look at it as an investment if you own several cars that some day will be sold. I am trying to get parts together to finish cars I have, so that there are not just a lot of parts (for a yard sale) after I am gone. True car guy/restorers are the same anywhere in the world, if they are good people to start with.

 

Jerry in KY



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Are you assembling parts for the post car Jerry?

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I still want to do the post car, but it is about 4th in line. I am working mostly on my 66 Canadian Nova SS L79 (3 speed on the column), then the 66 Wagon, and then my 64 Nova Wagon 283 factory 4-speed car. We seem to have similar cars. I almost bought the Acadian Wagon that Joe Grom (Chevy II Only) had a few years ago. I haven't been pending much time in the garage.

 

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