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    Hey J. Robinson, saw this and...................


    ........thought; "That looks like Jim's ol' build." https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...rral_code=null
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    How cool! Jim's in Titusville, Florida and hurricane Ian passed just north of them the other day so he may not see this for a while. I emailed him a heads up that you'd posted.
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    Yep, that's one of my "babies". I sold it to Darrel Dudley in San Antonio a few years ago. He removed all the vinyl lettering and put those wheels on it - really looks nice. I don't know this seller; I don't know if he bought it from Darrel or if he's just an agent. One of them did a little detailing in the engine bay, but otherwise it still the same. It was a blast to drive, but my wife couldn't get in and out of it with her back problems. It always drew a small crowd of lookers wherever I parked it.

    As for the hurricane, by the time it got here it was down to a tropical storm. We got almost 15 inches of rain and the wind blew at about 35 mph all night with an occasional gust of 70+. I lucked out and suffered no damage to the house or shop. By dumb luck, when I moved here 42 years ago I bought this place on some of the highest ground in Titusville. Some areas around us are experiencing flooding like never before, but I'm high and dry.

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