If she gets REALLY unhappy, give him my number. . .
>To: email@example.com, Geegc@aol.com
>Subject: Re: Wall Street Journal Article on Extreme Restoration
>Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 15:11:21 -0700
>Not so extreme, those guys are in a different league than us. My
>brother-in-law spent a couple hundred grand restoring his 30's Lagonda
>roadster, and as much on several other cars. My sister ain't so happy, he'd
>rather spend the money on his cars, not her (ha-ha).
>Our roadsters won't even get a glance from my brother-in-law. I don't know
>how Les can make a living restoring Datsuns for what he charges! Of course
>money is probably not what drives him, it's gotta be the passion.
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> >Subject: Wall Street Journal Article on Extreme Restoration
> >Author: Geegc@aol.com
> >Date: 5/8/2001 2:50 PM
> >There is an interesting short article in Today's Wall Street Journal on
> >"Extreme Restoration." It chronicles the tale of a restored 1955
> >300SL at an extimated labor cost of over $300,000. Apparently it is not
> >daily driver.
> >Imagine how many Roadsters Les could do for $300K.
> >Gary C
> >The red one
> >The black one