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Old 11-13-2007, 10:51 PM   #11
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Default RE: 1971 coupe to fastback

the grande that im workin onis in pretty good shape, i have major rust on the front aprons but am currently fixing that, i have little rust under the door, and some holes in various places, and some under the rear wheel well, there are also some pretty good dents but i drove it all the way home and the motor and transmission are in great shape. I live in the Omaha Nebraska area, i really dont think that the coupes are ugly i just like a fastback. i will take some pictures this weekend and post them so you can take a look.
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