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Had three customers call me in a row this week saying they need to sell their beloved Eliminators! You would think they were parting with a family member the way they talk... All are long time owners.

Bob has a solid California 69 yellow car with white interior, PDB, PS, AC. Interior is California crispy, missing motor but otherwise complete including AC stuff. Just got out of the paint shop, spent $6k on a pretty decent paint job but they accidentally painted it code W creamy yellow instead of bright yellow, and opted to leave the holes in it where an aftermarket vinyl top was installed, DOH! Still a good deal at $5000 9F91M585319 Bob 503-602-0689

Charlie has a 1970 Pastel blue E car completely torn down on a rotisserie. NICE standard blue interior, NICE California body, not many options (has AC and console), Tranny's been rebuilt and suspension powder coated. Comes with good paint to finish it. #'s match. Complete car, good deal at $8000. Owner is very meticulous and will give honest description. He has bought many grade A parts from us. Comes with rotisserie. Charlie 541-459-0154

Michael has a 70 Grabber Green E car with std white interior. He bought it new (almost anyway, it was a demo). Garage kept, nice body, nice interior average quality repaint in the 80's showing its age. Has had the motor in the trunk in pieces for 20 years, he had it bored .40, lumpy cam, yada, yada and for some reason it always ran hot after that... Michael gets rather emotional when he thinks about letting it go so I better handle this one... We were neighbors for years, know him and the car well. My number is 503-463-1130 and I feel the car is worth $12k (ish)
 

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Hi Don;

Are the two 70's "M" codes as well? Automatics?

Randy
 

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The Grabber Green car is sold. All three are M codes with AT. IMO the Pastel blue car is a better deal than the Green car but you have to be able to deal with a completely blown apart car. In all my years of doing this I have never seen three solid E cars (local to me) pop up at the same time!
 

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I'm guessing transporting a car that's currently on a rotisserie presents some unique challenges.
 
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