Well Based on the Classic car site I thought it all was over priced.. and I
think the $19,000 for a nice driver is way to much... A gold level non
driven Bugeye.. might be worth it... but then to maintain it in perfect
condition you couldn't drive it either... (covering my head for all those
driving concours cars everyday in the snow in Wisconsin) I know we would
all like to believe these prices but I think we are just flattering
ourselves.... Lets look at it in Reality.... I know My Wives Diamond
engagement ring is invaluable.. Simply as she won't sell it... but what is
it worth... I am thinking Zero.... and Her Bugeye... the same Zero....
Keith Turk BN2, AN5, AN9, Bonneville Camero LSR
> From: Rob Lewis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: subscribers
> Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 8:37 PM
> I'll stand up and be counted!!
> Rob Lewis
> 1959 Sprite 'Wendy"
> The same guy that kicked off the 1500 vs. 1275 debate about a month
> By the way, there was quite a bit of banter about the $19,000 Bugeye
> recently. I found this web site in the January 1999 version of
> Classic Cars.
> $30,000 for a Bugeye!!!
> At least tell me someone knows or once owned this car!
> I think I need to lie down for a while.......
> }} -----Original Message-----
> }} From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> }} [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Frank Clarici
> }} Sent: Monday, January 04, 1999 5:08 PM
> }} To: spridgets@Autox.Team.Net
> }} Subject: subscribers
> }} I see from the list statistics that there are 282 of us on the list.
> }} How come I only read messages from about 10% of you?
> }} Where are the rest of you?
> }} Come out and introduce yourself!
> }} We are a friendly bunch.
> }} --
> }} Frank Clarici
> }} Toms River, NJ
> }} Lots of LBCs
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