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Re: clipper
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That poor parts car is definitely an orphan! It looks like it got in an ass kicking contest and lost! Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 10/18 9:19:34
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Re: clipper
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Around here, we would say that car must have sat in a cow pasture for quite a while. Cows can really dent up and push in the panels on a car. I've never seen one on TOP of a car though......goats yes, but not cows.

Posted on: 10/18 16:49:39
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Re: clipper
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Nope not cows. Previous owner said it came out of a junkyard in eastern WA. in 1968 has been in dry storage ever since.

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Posted on: 10/19 3:06:43
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