All I want for Christmas is...

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  1. beerbelly

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    Considering the entire Ranchero was around $2k new, that's an ouchie!
     
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    You could get a decent one for a couple hundred, then have it restored for about $600-700.
     
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    Still, what is that, like $100 an ounce? We're talkin' heavy-duty Reynolds Wrap here...
     
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    I see what you see Beerbelly ,just think running down the road with that priceless grill .then everybug from 100`s of miles away will want their last thought to be THEIR ASSHOLE GOING THRU THEIR BRAIN , :eek:
    I would get it any way :D
     
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    Definitely meant for that trailer queen in the garage. The bums won't even put it up on auction. And I bet they got it for a few pennies on the dollar.
     
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    hubcaps & rings very pretty .when New 14 in the .only problem ,all my steel wheels are 15 in
     
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    Those Hotpipes would be very nice with a Q-code engine, but I wonder just how long the blue paint lasts?
     

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