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Old 01 Dec 2004, 10:35 pm
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If you have been following the reports of the future of our cars, Chrylser seems to be unsure as to what will happen, one rumor is bye bye cruiser If that happens our cars will all be collector editions. I'm holding out for Jay Leno to by mine in 10 years at around 65K. what do ya think>? Gary
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Old 02 Dec 2004, 09:09 am
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It's worth a shot, Gary, GOOD LUCK!!!!!
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Old 02 Dec 2004, 10:05 pm
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With several hundred thousand built it will be a looooooong time before the PT becomes a valuable collectible. I've got barely 8000 miles on mine. If I park it now and let it sit for maybe 100 years it might be worth something to my decendants.....but I doubt it.
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Old 03 Dec 2004, 08:12 am
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Hey Mike, we can always dream right?
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