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    Talking Thunder Chicken - Though you might need a laugh

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...508169711&rd=1

    ....and no, for that money, I'm not interested.

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    Default Re: Thunder Chicken - Though you might need a laugh

    Well i can see how that price would be somewhat reasonable, seeing as it is pretty damn clean, but yeah personaly I wouldn't get it for that price either.

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    Sweet merciful crap, that's expensive! You can find 'em in the auto trader in that shape for $2-$3k in Ontario if you look hard enough
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    Default Re: Thunder Chicken - Though you might need a laugh

    there's actually one going for $1300 i think.

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    If I could get a great body and interior here, on the island, for < 3K CND i'd consider it but that's 2 to 3 X more than I'm willing to pay.

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    Oh, good. Now I don't feel so bad paying $3,200 for mine. Did you notice it had 'every avaiable option' but no sunroof?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldraven
    Did you notice it had 'every avaiable option' but no sunroof?
    Yes I did. I also noticed the aftermarket 15" rims. they do look kinda familiar
    Last edited by thundergrowl; 12-02-2004 at 12:25 PM.

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    Default Re: Thunder Chicken - Though you might need a laugh

    This summer their was someone here selling an 83 cougar for $13,900.00. (That is not a typo)

    I was in perfect condition wiht only 60 000 miles.

    I don't think it ever sold

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    My '88 T-Bird is in near perfect condition (the torn driver's seat being its only flaw and a real thorn in my side) and had 47k miles on it when I bought it for $3500 CDN. It now has about 55k miles

    I might pay half what his starting bid is...

    Thundergrowl: When I bought my T-Bird it had those same wheels on it. I didn't want 'em so the guy took 'em off and took $500 off his asking price. I bought my 10-holes for $50 and restored 'em, and IMO they look better than the 5-stars. I've never been a big fan of those wheels...
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    Default Re: Thunder Chicken - Though you might need a laugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Chicken
    When I bought my T-Bird it had those same wheels on it. I didn't want 'em so the guy took 'em off and took $500 off his asking price. I bought my 10-holes for $50 and restored 'em, and IMO they look better than the 5-stars. I've never been a big fan of those wheels...
    Funny you should say that. I took mine off this past summer and replaced them with my 10 holes also. I think it looks better too.

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