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Randy Mcdade had his '65 A code 4 speed coupe stored at a friend's place (they are no longer friends) in east Texas and they either sold the car with no title or someone stole it last weekend - no one is talking.
Randy is looking for the car - not getting a lot of help from the police since they think it was sold (even under false pretenses)
You can look on the FB page for pics - or contact Randy - I am unable to attach them - it is a dark blue '65 coupe - Randy also sent me a picture of the title with the VIN so I think this is legit - but I do not think it is appropriate to post it, but the last 4 numbers are 0544
I know he would appreciate any help if you have seen this car
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