On Mon, 13 Dec 1999 18:35:01 -0800 (PST) firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> A gentleman, from DC, has purchased my Bently project before I even
> started. He traced the car to the retired lawyer I got it from and
> me. He has a collection of Bentlys. It was something about the
> searil number
> of this car in realation to his cars. He made me an offer that I
> turn down.
> He said he was coming to pick it up on the 11TH of December. He
> come himself but two guys from a restoreation shope came in a
> covered auto
> transport and got it. They invetoried every little nut and bolt,
> checked the
> new leather interior, uncrated ehe engine and transmation and
> checked them,
> they had been sent to the UK to be rebuilt. T
> hey loaded everything up, gave me a certified check, and were gone.
> They didn't talk much while they were here. They were pros. They did
> that this was one of the better ones.
> I wonder what it cost to have them come ffom DC to southern Indiana
> to pick
> up this car?
> R. SEXSON
> 74.5 MGB
I dont suppose this bloke has a need for a 53 Riley does he??????- also i
can lay my hands on a 65 Bentley for 6000 if anyone wants a challenge!
Why pay more to get Web access?
Try Juno for FREE -- then it's just $9.95/month if you act NOW!
Get your free software today: http://dl.www.juno.com/dynoget/tagj.