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Love this car too, (nt)

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would love to work in a place like that.

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(and expense) is expended on a restoration......

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I am pretty sure it was a kit car (I hope). I'll post a picture when I get home.

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there: that would be a great job for me, but definately need some salesman to do the talking to the owner during the restoration. I once hung with a friend who was having a euro 2?? mercedes coupe something( no soft top: either no top or hard top) done ground up and he bothered the hell out of the shop till they almost tossed his car. beautiful result in spite of owner distraction. I would like to learn those skills.

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a back door, the window automatically rolls down an inch or two, then back up again when you close the door. This allows the glass to seal properly with the front door glass and the top...pretty cool for 1961...

Mike

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URL: http://www.classictiger.com/magazines/cobras95.html

These little tigers are good looking AND V8 power!

On another note was the drive cancelled due to fires and now rain? I figured as much and had other appointments this weekend so would not of been able to make it...hope you do re-schedule it for spring! Take care, -MM

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