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One mans collection of 450 classic Chevrolet's sold in Nebraska.

Old 09-29-2013, 10:03 PM
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Default One mans collection of 450 classic Chevrolet's sold in Nebraska.

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I like the Corsair!!!
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:24 PM
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Not sure why that Cameo sold for so much. Restored examples go for less than half that much. I know that all original cars are the hot thing today, but DAYUM!!!!
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Is the mileage, some of those cars have less than 50 miles...

Plus no owner titled to them, they are like the 1st owner!!!
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Is the mileage, some of those cars have less than 50 miles...

Plus no owner titled to them, they are like the 1st owner!!!
They are the first owner.

I wonder if the dealer will now be able to collect the hold back on those previously un-sold vehicles.
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Just imagine if he had warehoused all the cars.
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Some of them were in warehouses and in garages...

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Not sure why that Cameo sold for so much. Restored examples go for less than half that much. I know that all original cars are the hot thing today, but DAYUM!!!!
Two guys traveled to the auction, they both wanted the car, they weren't going to go home empty.......someone overpaid
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All under warranty no?
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From the pictures I saw of the cars they were not worth my money. One heck of a lot of field cars that need more work then they are worth just getting them to run. But looking at all the press and the amount of people that showed up it was a feeding frenzy. Which is good for the seller.
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