64-65 Ranchero Bed, Twin Size, $3200 Ca.

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  1. RANCHEROROB

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    I have seen that for sale a couple of times before.
    At that price he doesn't want to sell it, he just wants to show off what he did.
     
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    complete with dent in quarter below the left taillight...
     
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    That just makes it rustic and lived in and must have added the extra 3K in value.
     
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    I think someone would pay $1200 for it, but more than that is a reach
     
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    Make him that offer. I wouldn't think you'd fit in it, though.
     
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    i would buy it but the brake lights dont work :D NO BRAKEE NO TAKEE
     
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    That's a kids bed, I sleep in a California King.
    The Silicon valley types tend to spend money on odd things for their kids rooms. One house here has a recreation of a Star Wars moisture farm and the kids live in it. Parents work at Pixar.
     
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    Mine is a California King, Sleep Number split, I hate it, just an over rated air bed..
     
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    I have the Sealy posturepedic. It is a real mattress. The only thing I don't like is that due to the pillow top you can't flip it over, only turn it around. At 8 years old, I am looking into a replacement. Most beds nowadays are too soft though. My daughter has the CA King memory foam, that thing is so soft it is already giving her husband back problems (he is a plumber and healthy so his back should be in good shape).
    The best bed I ever had was a closed cell water bed back in the late 70's. It was soft to movement, but couldn't compress. I have never seen another one like it.
     

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