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2014: A Year In Review

January through June

Welcome to our 2014 YEAR IN REVIEW where we pause a moment to see what has happened in the past year. Each year Cars On Line.com publishes its YEAR IN REVIEW Special Edition for its newsletter readers and Facebook and Twitter friends. Here is where we review all the great cars we've featured in the newsletter for the past year. We also bring you some of the high profile cars which were SOLD thru CARS ON LINE. This is where we get to puff out our chest a brag a little about the quality of our listings. In this report you'll see some of the great collector cars of all time.

2014 was the best year ever for Cars On Line.com. From the Barrett-Jackson Auction in January to the great show we attended at the 2014 Daytona Turkey Run in November, we had a great time meeting with our Cars On Line.com fans and advertisers. There is no doubt that during this past year the collector car hobby has grown and is growing in a little different way than it had in the past. Prices on high end, top quality show cars have gone up this year.

In the last issue of the year we will announce our prestigious Cars On Line.com award for CAR OF THE YEAR. (Click here to review our CAR OF THE YEAR last year in 2013.) Our readers will choose which of our newsletter-featured cars will be honored with the Cars On Line.com CAR OF THE YEAR award. CLICK HERE to review the finalists and VOTE! Then watch for the announcement of the winner in the last newsletter of the year for 2014, on December 26th.

January 2014

The Barrett-Jackson has helped kick off the New Year for the last 42 years and this year was no different as the 43rd Annual Barrett-Jackson Auction maintained its title as one of the biggest collector car auctions in the world. Cars On Line joined thousands of collector car enthusiasts in Scottsdale, Arizona for the event and

witnessed some of the most impressive auction sales of the year. We asked our Facebook and Twitter followers to join us in speculating some of the closing prices, and we weren't disappointed with the results. A 2014 COPO Camaro sold for $700,000 and benefited the Achilles Team of Disabled Veterans. . A 1956 Ford Custom F100 sold for $450,000 and a 1957 Ford Thunderbird E sold for $300,000. That was just on Friday! You can see what else happened at the auction, including our "Prime Time" Saturday coverage by reading our news blog here. Watching the price values at the Barrett-Jackson give valuable insight into the state of the collector car market and is also quite a lot of fun. Don't forget that the 2015 Barrett-Jackson is just around the corner and you'll be able to see more Cars On Line coverage of the event as it happens.

A good indication of what was happening in the market at that time is to see what was SOLD as a result of being advertised on the Cars On Line website. Out of hundreds of cars that sold in January here are a few of the high profile sales:

1933 Plymouth Sedan DeliveryA Run-til-Sold ad is one of the most popular ways to sell a car on Cars On Line. That's what a seller in Gulfport, Florida used to sell his 1933 Plymouth Sedan Delivery. It's pro-built and fully chromed out.

1957 Chevy 150 ProstreetCustom upgrades and new parts helped to sell the 1957 Chevy 150 Pro Street that appeared in one of January's Run-til-Sold ads.

So few Boss 429 Mustangs were produced that even the economic recession failed to decrease the demand for them. While the Shelby Mustang remains a coveted classic, show-quality cars like this 1969 Boss 429 Mustang did not see a similar price dip, and instead continued to demand premium prices between $200,000 and $300,000. The registry shows that only 859 were built and a collector in Portland, Oregon decided to put #536 up for sale last January. It had only 15,000 original, documented miles and maintained a nearly flawless original Black Jade coat. It featured an original build sheet, window sticker and all original running gear too. Not only that, but it still had the original sheet metal and Special Performance vehicle ID tag, KK sticker, all body stamped VIN numbers and a Marti Report.

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Plymouth built a "one-year wonder" in 1970 that is known as the 1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird. Built to win NASCAR races, it could reach 200 miles per hour and is said by some to have been "too fast for its own good." NASCAR introduced a rules change in 1971 that prohibited the Superbird from ever racing again and Chrysler abandoned the "Winged Warrior" program.Today their short production run makes them rare collectibles. Even more rare are the Hemi versions, as this 1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird for sale at Exotic Classics.com in New York. This one has been chosen as a Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR contender. It has a place in Galen Govier's Registry and was listed with a detailed Galen Govier inspection report. It featured Alpine White paint and wasn't the only Plymouth Superbird like it to show up in our newsletter, or on the collector car market. Another graced the Barrett-Jackson Auction block and sold for $500,000!

Here are some more cars that SOLD in January:

http://www.cars-on-line.com/70887.htmlThe 1957 Buick Estate Wagon from a seller in Boiling Springs, South Carolina SOLD after appearing on Cars On Line and was said to be rust-free, purchased from the president of the Buick Club of America.

1969 Mercury Cougar EliminatorGood maintenance, attention to detail and spot-on restoration work contributed to the sale of the 1969 Mercury Cougar Eliminator seen here.

February 2014

Another of this year's Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR contenders is a real deal 1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra from Exotic Classics.com in Syosset, New York. It would be one of

1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra
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only 21 full competition cars ever built and was custom ordered by Bob Grossman, Ferrari owner and racer, after winning his class in the 1965 Nassau Trophy Races with a borrowed Shelby 427 Cobra. An incredible story like that resonates well with any car enthusiast, and our February newsletter readers were no exception. They read about this Shelby breaking the track record at Watkins Glen and taking home trophies at Bridgehampton and Limerock. It could go from 0 to 100 miles per hour and back to 0 in just 13.2 seconds, a feat even the Aston Martin DB/4 was incapable of matching. It remains for sale by Exotic Classics.com, who had it appraised at between $1.7 and $2.4 million! It's one of the most highly sought after Shelby's in the world.

Put some effort into purchasing a vintage Corvette and you'll have an investment every bit as reliable as buying equities in the stock market. Corvettes have long been one of the "gold

1957 corvette fuelie convertible
standards" in the collector car hobby because of the rigid standards their followers demand. The Vette Net listed and sold this 1957 Corvette Fuelie Convertible as a "9 out of 10" beauty with many like-new components and a 283/283 replacement engine that was overhauled to factory specifications. The 4-speed transmission received a similar treatment and together they account for the steeply reduced price when compared to other Corvette Fuelies. It remained a perfect candidate for a high-end driver collectible though, and one lucky owner is out there somewhere enjoying life with the top down now.

Here are some more of the cars that SOLD in February:

1966 Chevy IIA 1966 Chevy II SOLD out of Monroe, North Carolina. It featured a bright red paint job, flawless body, mildly built 350 that sounded "awesome" and a catching red and white interior with bucket seating.

1970 Ford Torino GTNewsletter readers already know to keep an eye out for the Cars On Line DEAL of the DAY section, where deals on great cars like this 1970 Ford Torino GT get announced early. They usually sell early too!

1970 Chevy El Camino Pro StreetThe seller of this 1970 Chevy El Camino Pro Street invested over $60,000 into it and the results had no trouble attracting a buyer. It SOLD!

1938 Dodge Stepside PickupAn extremely straight and solid West Coast 1938 Dodge Stepside Pickup made an appearance in our February newseltter. It was recently restored with a two-tone exterior and SOLD easily.

1968 Shelby GT350Only two years out from a full restoration and this 1968 Shelby GT350 in New York found itself on the collector car market. It didn't stay there for long.

1949 Mercury Custom CoupeChopped, channeled, nosed and decked are terms that make for a heavily modified custom like the 1949 Mercury Custom Coupe that SOLD in February.

Auto Investors from Dothan, Alabama posted a very rare and desirable 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser Indy Pace Car Convertible for sale early this year. The rare Indy Pace Car will be one of the cars in the running for the Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR award. It featured an arrow-straight body finished in Sun Glitter Yellow, new chrome and

1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser
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new stainless. It was the result of Mercury's effort to produce a new design that didn't share a body style with the Ford line, and the convertible version was made available only after they announced that the "Turnpike Cruiser" would pace the Indianapolis 500 in 1957. Mercury also added a unique rear fender design and an ostentatious Continental kit mounted on a unique extended bumper carrier with large elongated bumpers and wide taillights. Departing from the standard 255 base horsepower 312ci V8, the Turnpike Cruisers were armed with a 368ci Lincoln motor with a 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust, rated for 290 horsepower at 4,600 rpm.

March 2014

Last March, a private seller in Bonita Springs, Florida gave the public its first chance at owning the Ironworks Speed & Custom-built 1955 Chevy Bel Air Custom Convertible that served as a

1955 Chevy Bel Air Custom Convertible
Giveaway car at the 2011 Goodguys Southwest Nationals. With a build cost of about $250,000, it's a rare and luxurious example of what dedicated professionals can do with the hobby. It featured controversial reproduction metal-stamped panels, a cutting-edge chassis, new production frame and RideTech coilovers employed at all corners and adjustable for track conditions. It had a LS3 E Rod engine that produced 423 horsepower with a Gearstar 4L60E overdrive transmission, 220 stall converter and a Chassisworks 9-inch rear end with Fab 9 Pumpkin and Moser 31-spline axle. It's still waiting on a new owner so be sure to check it out. Do you think it's worthy of our Car of the Year designation?

A good indication of what was happening in the market at that time is to see what was SOLD as a result of being advertised on the Cars On Line website. Here are some more of the cars that SOLD in early March:

1970 Dodge Challenger T/AAn original, numbers matching 340 Six Pack powered this 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A from Bonne Terre, Missouri. It had a broadcast sheet, both fender tags and SOLD!

1923 Ford T-BucketAmazingly realistic flamed paint adorns the AACA Museum-featured 1923 Ford T-Bucket that SOLD in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania last April. It had a 350ci Chevy with new chrome intake.

The most recognizable car in the world just might be the Shelby Cobra. In the 1960's AC Cars in Britain was producing little two-seater sports cars called AC Aces, incorporating a hand-built

shelby cobra
aluminum body with tube chassis. Carroll Shelby wrote to them and asked if they could modify the AC Ace to accept a small block V8 engine and the rest is history. The first 75 were shipped to Shelby in 1962 with a Ford HiPo 260ci V8 engine and are referred to today as the first "Slabside" Cobras. Gullwing Motor Cars of Astoria, New York listed a 1963 Shelby AC Cobra for sale in March, one of those early Cobras and armed with a 289ci V8 at the Shelby factory and set up for racing. Reportedly, it was one of the first competition cars to be sold to a private party that was set up to do so.

It's no secret that the crew of the Dukes of Hazzard TV show were notoriously hard on their fleet of 1969 Dodge Chargers. 249 were used up between 1978 and 186 by the Warner

1969 General Lee Dodge Charger
Brothers TV series. Just one remains in its perfect, original condition and it's for sale at the Volo Auto Museum in Volo, Illinois. Cars On Line had the opportunity to add the real 1969 General Lee Dodge Charger to our Celebrity Car Section in March. It's designated as LEE 8, and although it reportedly never made it in front of a camera, that fact may be what made it the only surviving, original-condition example to exist today. It wears the original Flame Orange paint, "01" racing numerals, a Confederate naval flag and General Lee accents. It's well documented and comes with a full record of its history according to Volo Auto Museum. One of those documents is a notarized Bill of Sale from Warner Brothers.

Here are some more of the cars that SOLD in March:

1969 Pontiac GTORepainted in the original Verdoro Green, the 1969 Pontiac GTO seen here put on a good appearance and SOLD out of Pennsylvania.

1957 Chevy Gasser Bel AirThe most unique feature of this 1957 Chevy Gasser Bel Air is the 392ci Hemi motor with dual Carter 4-barrel carbs in a fully finished engine bay. Buyers agreed it was something special and it SOLD.

1946 Ford F1 PickupA seller in Sacramento, California used a SLIDE SHOW ad to sell their 1946 Ford F1 Pickup. The truck had a 351 M motor with 4bbl Holley intake and carb, a GM sub frame and power bucket seats.

April 2014

Engineers at the old Nash plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin were known for producing little econo boxes called "Rambler Americans," but they also had a muscle car department at the American Motor Corporation (AMC) plant and were

1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler
eager to show what they could do with a big block V8. That's how we ended up with the 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler, known as the "Rambler Scrambler." 1,512 were made and the one that showed up for sale in April was one of only 324 "B" scheme cars, the rarer of the only two colors that the Rambler Scramblers came in. We were told a recent restoration paid attention to details and originality and that the rebuilt 390ci big block motor was rebuilt. New front suspension bushings and motor mounts were installed fresh according to the Canadian owner. This terror on the track was rumored to do 14.2 right off the showroom floor and were light enough to need little tweaking. They're a rare beast now, and one in this condition won't likely be seen again for quite some time.

When Mercedes-Benz decided to get back into road racing in the early 1950s, they developed what they felt was the best machine for the job: the legendary 300SL. It quickly captured the eye of sports car lovers and by 1952 the W194 model 300SL had scored wins at the 24 Hours

1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing
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of Le Mans at Nürburgring and in Mexico's Carrera Panamericana. Max Hoffman, a New York Mercedes distributor thought that a tamer version would be a commercial success in an affluent, post-war America and the 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing was introduced at the New York Auto Show in 1954. This one was special ordered the same year and changed hands three times before landing in the garage of the seller in 1973. They enjoyed it for more than 40 years before it went up for sale again in April, this time by Gullwing Motor Cars. Now it will be considered for our Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR award. With just 50,000 miles on the odometer, the 300SL Gullwing remained a fitting example of the first-ever fuel injected production car and once worldwide top-speed record holder. It also holds a place on the list of top ten collector cars.

Here are some cars that SOLD in April:

1968 Shelby GT350 ConvertibleDuring the month of April this rare 1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible SOLD. It was said to be one of 404 small block convertibles produced in '68.

1961 Alfa Giulietta Sprint SpecialeThis 1961 Alfa Giulietta Sprint Speciale SOLD for an advertiser from Mt. Kisco, New York. It was thought to be one of the best driving early Alfas.

1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser Pace Car ConvertiblesJust a few hundred of these 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser Pace Car Convertibles are known to exist. This particular example SOLD in April.

Years ago, the person you'd want to see about having the fastest, baddest ride in town was Rich Roberts in Clinton, Tennessee. He called these special built custom street machines Pro Max Vennoms. He made them only for a short time, and you can't get them anymore unless you happen to have your ear to the ground when one appears for sale like this

1967 Chevy Nova Pro Max Vennom
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1967 Chevy Nova Pro Max Vennom did in late April. If you want to go really, really, frightfully fast, then this is the car for you. It SOLD in the days since it was listed. You can still see the ad and the video at the link above. It will be a contender for the Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR award. They say the 420 Dart motor can have you flying down the road at 230 miles-per-hour in about six seconds. It featured an 871 BDS blower with 16-injector fuel injection, internals by Drodix cam and Jesel rockers, blown injection and ran on pump gas! To handle that kind of performance, Roberts carefully prepared the box frame to be the strongest on the market. He used a Moly cage, 5-speed Lenco ST 1200 transmission, 9-inch 411 Stange Detroit Lockers, coilover 4-link and Mustang II front end. There's a lot there that will make anyone consider it worthy of Car of the Year!

A good indication of what was happening in the market at that time is to see what was SOLD as a result of being advertised on the Cars On Line website.

1969 Porsche 911SIn exceptional condition both mechanically and cosmetically, this 1969 Porsche 911S SOLD quickly during the month of April.

1970 Boss 302 MustangFinding a new home during the month of April was this stunning 1970 Boss 302 Mustang. It had completed a full 3-year restoration and featured a date code correct DOZE motor.

1957 Corvette RoadsterThis one-of-a-kind 1957 Corvette Roadster SOLD for an advertiser from Johnstown, Colorado after he used one of Cars On Line's SLIDE SHOW ads.

1970 Dodge Hemi Charger R/TA seller out of Prior Lake, Minnesota SOLD his numbers matching 1970 Dodge Hemi Charger R/T in April. It was said to be one of only 112 Hemi Charger R/Ts produced for the U.S. in 1970.

May 2014

The 1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air IV from Arizona Classics in Scottsdale, Arizona was an easy pick for the first newsletter in May. The super rare Pontiac muscle car will also be considered for our Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR award. You may search all your life and never find another like

1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air IV
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this one. It was campaigned by Nib Johnston, a well-known Pontiac dealer, and was significant because it was one of only 804 RA IV cars produced by Pontiac that year. Of that, only 140 RA IV hardtops came with the Heavy Duty M40 Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Even more rare, it was special ordered in Starlight black with blue slate interior, and was said to have just 4,250 actual miles. It was a phenomenal find, indeed. But the story didn't end there. Bill Paweski at Arizona Classics also managed to track down a black 1969 GTO Ram Air IV - another Nib Johnston car! Follow this link to a full report on both cars at the Cars On Line Blog!

Here are some of the cars that SOLD in May:

1971 Detomaso PanteraA seller from Lake Worth, Florida said goodbye to his 1971 Detomaso Pantera when it SOLD with a Run Till Sold ad. The upgraded cruiser was said to have less than 24k miles.

1970 Yenko Deuce NovaA rare 1970 Yenko Deuce Nova found a new home in May after it SOLD through Cars On Line. The seller told us the vehicle was all numbers matching and appeared better than factory original condition.

1935 Auburn Boattail SpeedsterThis beautiful 1935 Auburn Boattail Speedster replica was done by California Classics and SOLD in May after appearing in the Cars On Line Newsletter. It was powered by a 460 Ford engine.

1967 Corvette RoadsterDuring the month of May we tacked a SOLD sign onto the Run Till Sold ad of this 1967 Corvette Roadster. It featured a super rare, numbers matching 427 engine and brown leather interior.

The few Shelby Series 1 super cars produced are a rare reminder of the Shelby legend, and the 1999 Shelby Series 1 we featured from We Be Autos.com in May might have never been produced if it hadn't been

1999 Shelby Series 1
for Venture Industries coming to Shelby's aid with some much needed captial when the project looked lost. Way ahead of its time for a production car, the Shelby Series 1 used a carbon fiber body made by Venture Industries that weighed only 130 pounds. The whole car weighed only 2,650 pounds even though it was a full three inches wider than a Corvette. Under the hood sat an Oldsmobile Aurora V8 that was rated at 320 horsepower and was designed to be supercharged. There were only 249 built at Shelby American in Las Vegas, making the few that were delivered very rare indeed.Click to read our full report on this car on the Cars On Line Blog.

The last Cars On Line Newsletter in May featured a Spade Carrillo 1927 T Roadster that was built by a famous hot rod racer named Fred "Spade" Carrillo. The vehicle was constructed with

Spade Carrillo 1927 T Roadster
easy-to-get military surplus parts and even featured chrome moly tubing from a steel wing for the chassis. However, it really caused a stir when Carrillo showed up at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1951 for SCTA timing runs. Carrillo had mounted the Flathead Mercury 292 ci motor in a mid-engine configuration and crushed the previous speed record, recording a speed of 178.162 mph. The Carrillo Roadster was one of only nine cars selected for the "Land Speed" group at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in 2010. It has been written about extensively since then by Hot Rod Magazine and others. See our Cars On Line Blog about the Spade Carrillo 1927 T Roadster.

Here are more cars that SOLD in May:

1970 Plymouth Hemi CudaLook at the 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda that SOLD during the month of May! The seller had the numbers matching cruiser listed for a whopping $215,000.

1967 Shelby GT350A fully detailed 1967 Shelby GT350 resto rod SOLD after a seller out of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada used one of Cars On Line's Run Till Sold ads.

1966 Shelby GT350Finding a new home during the month of May was this 1966 Shelby GT350. The seller SOLD the Wimbledon White Shelby for $149,500.

1971 Dodge Hemi Charger R/TA seller out of Penticton, British Columbia SOLD this rotisserie restored 1971 Dodge Hemi Charger R/T in May. We're told it featured a numbers matching engine and transmission.

June 2014

During the first month in June we were pleased to announce the sale of this 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda from Lincoln, Nebraska. The seller notified us that the Mopar SOLD, but said

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
several people were still contacting him about it. We didn't know there were so many buyers out there looking for six figure cars! Not only was the car shown in High Impact Lemon Twist finish, but the seller told us it was a numbers matching 4-speed cruiser that still featured all its original sheet metal. The selling point on this one may have been the Track Pack option, though. Who knows! But with a rotisserie restoration and full inspection report from Galen Govier, the new owner must've been pretty pleased with his new purchase.

June was an incredible month with hundreds of private sellers notifying us they had SOLD. Here are just a few of the high profile SOLDS:

1970 Oldsmobile 442 W30A stunning Twilight Blue 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W30 was SOLD during the first week of June by a collector out of Saugerties, New York.

1968 Dodge Charger 440 R/TThis Racing Green Metallic 1968 Dodge Charger 440 R/T found a new home after it SOLD through Cars On Line. It featured a numbers matching 440 ci engine.

1970 Boss 302 MustangThis nicely restored, well-sorted 1970 Boss 302 Mustang SOLD after a seller from Potomac, Maryland listed it on the Cars On Line website using one of the Run Till Sold ads.

In the third week of June Cars On Line featured a 1972 Hurst Olds Indy Pace Car Convertible - the rarest Indianapolis 500 Pace Car of all! In 1972 Hurst Performance Products stepped up to offer its Hurst Oldsmobile as a Pace Car to lead the Indy 500. According to the ad, the 455 ci

1972 Hurst Olds Indy Pace Car Convertible
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big block engines were detuned down to 270 horsepower for 1972 because of emission controls and the use of unleaded gas. This Hurst Oldsmobile Pace Car featured the W-30 package and a Rallye suspension.Oldsmobile discontinued making a convertible model for the Cutlass at the end of the 1972 model year. This Linda Vaughn era 1972 Hurst Olds Pace Car is being considered for the Cars On Line CAR of the YEAR award which will be selected by our Facebook fans. The seller of the Olds Indy Pace Car said the vehicle had undergone a complete body-off restoration and showed less than 100 miles since its completion. Today we are pleased to report the rare Indy Pace car has been SOLD, thanks in part to the Cars On Line SLIDE SHOW ad.


In June Cars On Line also introduced its newsletter readers to Alien 40, a 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery from Red Hills Rods & Choppers in Utah. Alien 40 is a nationally

Alien 40 - 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery
known street rod custom that was designed by Chip Foose, founder of Foose Design, and built by his father, Sam Foose. The vehicle featured a chopped, sectioned and shortened body that was exquisitely proportioned - the mark of a Sam Foose built street rod! It was even featured on the cover of Street Rodder magazine in June 1995. Few cars have been written about more than Alien 40. A nationally known car built by legendary custom builders would be the center piece to any collection. Appraisers can put a number on it, but there is no way you can value a prized possession like Alien 40.

More of the vehicles that SOLD in June:

1949 Mercury Lead SledChopped, nosed, decked, shaved, lowered - this 1949 Mercury Lead Sled from Raymond, New Hampshire had it all, including a SOLD sign during the month of June. Wow!

1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super DutyA delight to both the eyes and the ears, this frame-off restored 1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty SOLD for a private seller out of Deerfield Beach, Florida. It even came with PHS documentation.

1969 Pontiac GTO JudgeIt was no surprise when this Warwick Blue 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge from Fairfield, Iowa SOLD in June. The seller told us the frame-off restored cruiser had only 55k documented miles.

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