I have an uncle who is an executive at a UK based spitits company (living in
the US) - who better to supply the drink for a US made Brittish limo
From: Joe Curry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Brad.Kahler@141.com <Brad.Kahler@141.com>
Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, July 01, 1998 9:23 PM
Subject: Re: Spit/GT6 door for sale
>Everybody collect the parts while I get my act together in Tucson. I
>plan to have a shop there that is worthy of such a project. Actually,
>that isn't such a bad idea. It certainly would be an eye catcher. The
>back would have to be enclosed in the best "Limo" styling. The front,
>of course, would be open like the limos of old. And we can't forget the
>bar and TV in the back. Who is going to furnish the liquor to stock the
>Brad Kahler wrote:
>> Hey Joe,
>> Looks like we can use your doors after all. Are you going to be the
>> host of this project?
>> > > Where would the engine come from? I can just imagine the size of the
>> > > convertible top, probably take a half hour to put it up!
>> > > Tom
>> > I have a 462 CID Lincoln motor I will personally DONATE to anyone
>> > who undertakes the project ;-)
>> > ,---/._,._,._,._,._,._,=-.
>> > <(o)-`--`--`--`--`--`(o)(o)'
>> > --
>> > Reed Mideke
>> > firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Brad (Lincoln Nebraska 402-464-1502)
>> 1964 Spitfire4 BFC25720L (In "Teething" Mode right now)
>> 1966 TR4A CT72398L (Waiting for garage space to start
>> 1951 Dodge Truck 82217766 B-3-B-108 (Suspension just about ready to
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