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My brother had a car just like this, he bought it used in the early 70's for like $800, bet he wishes he had it now.

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</TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left>This 1971 Plymouth Cuda convertible is expected to sell for about $150,000 at this week's Barrett-Jackson auction. A car like this with a Hemi engine would be worth over $2 million.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

 

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Wow! I bet your brother is bummed now! $150K is unbelievable

 
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Not only would he be, but just for the heck of it I looked up my first car, a 68 Chevy impala convertible that I bought in mint condition when I was 18 for $650. Their selling for $15,000 to $20,000 now




 
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Originally Posted by HarleyMom Not only would he be, but just for the heck of it I looked up my first car, a 68 Chevy impala convertible that I bought in mint condition when I was 18 for $650. Their selling for $15,000 to $20,000 now





OMG, I wonder what would've happened had I kept my Granny's 1970 Plymouth Valiant. It only had 50,000 miles when we got rid of it in 1992. *sigh*
 
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Originally Posted by keaLoha OMG, I wonder what would've happened had I kept my Granny's 1970 Plymouth Valiant. It only had 50,000 miles when we got rid of it in 1992. *sigh*
You probably wouldn't want to know....
LOL
 

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