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For Sale: 1964 Chrysler Newport - $12,500 (Lubbock) - Something Different


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Not Mine - would probably be the only one at your Cars and Coffee

https://lubbock.craigslist.org/cto/d/lubbock-1964-chrysler-newport/7515429069.html

1964 Chrysler Newport sedan. Very nice condition, 361 v8, pushbutton 727, ps, pb. New tires, new fuel tank, sending unit, filler neck. Runs and drives good. Super clean interior. Clean TX title in my name.

 

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call or text:  (806) 638-56 five eight

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I'm not sure what the impetus was for making this a half-baked replica. To me, it detracts from the overall presentation of the car. Building a replica of an actual police car from an actual agency with correct markings, radio, siren, lighting, etc. is one thing. This is sticking a non-sensical decal on the door and a not-correct beacon on the roof. 

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What makes some think it is a replica?  Maybe it was the Sheriff's car, not a deputy's patrol car, so it wouldn't need all the extraneous equipment.  Looks like the emblem on the trunk lid has been there for quite awhile...

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