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ol' yeller

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About ol' yeller

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  • Birthday 06/24/1953

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  1. It would be nice to know how much you want for this car?
  2. Miles and location would be helpful information to potential buyers. We don’t charge by the word here so be more specific please!
  3. ‘64 grilles are different from ‘65 and not interchangable
  4. My 2007 VW New Beetle has a 5 speed manual. I use it as a toad behind my RV. I recently purchased a 2019 Challenger R/T with the 5.4 Hemi. They come with a 6 speed Manual or an 8 speed Auto. As this is my daily driver, I opted for the auto. It has been an awesome transmission so far. At my age, I like the comfort of letting the car do the shifting, although it does come with a “Sport Mode” where you can paddle shift it if you so desire. If I need to keep my clutch skills up, I take the bug for a drive.
  5. You’re right Gary. I just bought a 2019 Hemi Challenger and I believe the curb weight is 4,400#. However, with 375 HP it really accelerates and rides beautifully. It is a great car to road trip in. Best of all, it is rear wheel drive.
  6. AACA must be charging by the word now for ads. I guess the OP can’t afford to describe it further.
  7. Too many doors for that price...and I like 4 doors. I’m thinking $5 to $7K is closer to real value.
  8. I had a 2013 MKX (Nautilus). It was a great car. I loved the luxury treatment I got at the dealership when I brought it in for service. I traded it in on my 2019 Challenger R/T. While it isn’t likely for me to buy another car, I would not consider one made in China.
  9. Nice car! Interesting how it’s going 30 MPH while still in park.
  10. Beautiful car and priced right. If I had the money and a place to put it, sigh.
  11. I just picked up this gem a couple of weeks ago. It is a 2019 Challenger R/T which came with the 5.7 Hemi and 8 speed auto. Will it be collectible, no. Will I likely keep it and pamper it until I can’t drive anymore, possible. I’m hoping it will be a long time as I’m almost 67. As a caveat, I’ve now had 3 “last” cars. I traded in my 2013 Lincoln MKX which was not only a great driving machine, but one of the most reliable cars I’ve ever owned. This car is a throwback to the muscle cars of the late 60’s and 70’s. While there are options for incredible more horsepower, the 5.7 will p
  12. That is a Special, not a Skylark. That said it is a pretty loaded Special with a power seat, power brakes and power steering especially with the V6. It also appears to have a tilt column. Nice car!
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