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how about a pair of western boots....slightly worn?....brown....made in Texas

how much?......

Speaking of worn cowboy boots... In 1970 I was up in the Atlas mtns of Morrocco persuing my bad habits and this old timer had a really neat chillum I wanted to trade for. My old cowboy boots had holes in the bottom, but he wanted them. I just couldn't close the deal until I told him that I had gotten the boots from Gene Autry. That did it! Ahhh, old cowboy boots

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For a 73 tii. The good. Mechanically sound ? = $2000 - 19000

interior is okay,? = which meens it needs seats, carpet

door panels = deduct $3000

the body is not great - Bad body work

in the back with paint bubbling - the front

has evidence of a previous accident. ? = deduct $8000

Small hole in the drivers floor pan ? = deduct $4000

now you have a car thats $150 to $500

if you cannot road test that car right now?

if it does not stop well? has steering and suspension 'issues'?

then that car is all used up and has no value-

the next owner is building the car from the rust up

At least start with a car that will pass State inspection,

and is safe to drive 300 highway miles home.

That car would cost you a few thousand dollars.

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