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Taylormade

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  1. You would have been right. Take it from someone who knows.
  2. It's with a heavy heart that I've decided to sell my great old 48 P15 four door sedan. I never would have considered letting it go under normal circumstances, but an extrordinary thing happened over the weekend. First, a bit of history. It was 1965 and I was attending Syracuse University. One day while walking to class, I spotted a large black sedan in the faculty parking lot. I'd loved "old cars" since I was a little kid and this was an old one - a long black four door with suicide doors and sidemounts right out of one of my favorite TV shows - The Untouchables. I crunched through th
  3. I regretted selling the car to Phil from day one (losing the car only - no reflection on Phil), but if I hadn't, who knows where it would be today? Luckily, he loves the old Dodges as much as I do, and it was there in his garage all these years later with only a few more minor dings and scrapes then when I saw it last. It must have been fate that I sold it to the right person and he is graciously selling it back to me 45 years later. Twists and turns indeed.
  4. That's my old Frat house, Delta Tau Delta at Syracuse University.
  5. The day I bought it in 1965. Back when I had hair and a 32 inch waistline.
  6. Maybe Plymouth offered a Wayfarer in Canada, but not in the States.
  7. Plymouth did not make a Wayfarer, only Dodge which offered a Business Couppe, A two-door Sedan and the Sportabout. The early 49 Sportabouts had side curtains, but it didn't go over well with the public. Later 49s and all subsequent models through 1952 had roll up windows. The car I have for sale in a genuine 1950 Sportabout, not a clone. The spares are from a 1949 Sportabout which has the later roll-up windows. The cowl and doors are the same, the rear convertible section is slightly different but would adapt to any year convert. As I stated in the ad, it has a manual top, not a power top
  8. I've listed my Wayfarer in the Buy/Sell section. I just located the first car I ever owned - a 1932 Dodge - and I'm buying it back. I need shop space for my new baby. if you're looking for a nice Mopar restoration project, this is the car for you.<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  9. I've listed my Wayfarer in the Buy/Sell section. I just located the first car I ever owned - a 1932 Dodge - and I'm buying it back. I need shop space for my new baby. if you're looking for a nice Mopar restoration project, this is the car for you.
  10. SOLD [TABLE=class: tborder, width: 100%, align: center] <tbody>[TR] [TD=class: alt1]I have a 1950 Wayfarer convertible, complete. I also have a front cowl, both doors, the rear convertible section, the frame and the top mechanism from a 49 Wayfarer Convertible. Plus a ton of extra parts. I'm only selling this because I actually located the first car I ever owner 45 years ago, and I need the workshop space. The convertible is a rare car known as the Sportabout. It's a single seat - no backseat - and is based on the business coupe. It's a solid project car. It's all there, with all
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