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I am having to put my search for an SSR temporarily on hold. I was sure a car I had for sale was sold but it fell through at the last minute. Now I don't have an empty spot in the garage for a new toy. I will continue keeping track of what is out there for sale but I have to hold off buying. Thanks to everyone for tips and leads.
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I am having to put my search for an SSR temporarily on hold. I was sure a car I had for sale was sold but it fell through at the last minute. Now I don't have an empty spot in the garage for a new toy. I will continue keeping track of what is out there for sale but I have to hold off buying. Thanks to everyone for tips and leads.

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I am having to put my search for an SSR temporarily on hold. I was sure a car I had for sale was sold but it fell through at the last minute. Now I don't have an empty spot in the garage for a new toy. I will continue keeping track of what is out there for sale but I have to hold off buying. Thanks to everyone for tips and leads.
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I am having to put my search for an SSR temporarily on hold. I was sure a car I had for sale was sold but it fell through at the last minute. Now I don't have an empty spot in the garage for a new toy. I will continue keeping track of what is out there for sale but I have to hold off buying. Thanks to everyone for tips and leads.
Aw GEEzs......And I WAS going to offer to sell you my super-duper, hipper-dipper double-deluxe "04 BLACK BEAUTY with virtually every up-grade already installed.
You haven't posted your location, If you are anywhere near north ATLANTA, come see it !

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I am having to put my search for an SSR temporarily on hold. I was sure a car I had for sale was sold but it fell through at the last minute. Now I don't have an empty spot in the garage for a new toy. I will continue keeping track of what is out there for sale but I have to hold off buying. Thanks to everyone for tips and leads.
The absolute best way to find THE PERFECT SSR, Brian . . .

Either settle on your "second choice" or quit searching. As soon as you do either or both, THE PERFECT SSR will appear.

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Aw GEEzs......And I WAS going to offer to sell you my super-duper, hipper-dipper double-deluxe "04 BLACK BEAUTY with virtually every up-grade already installed.
You haven't posted your location, If you are anywhere near north ATLANTA, come see it !
"oldfreddie" he lives just off Interstate 70 in Southwestern Illinois. Bob
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What are you trying to sell Flyin?
I have a 1969 Firebird project I bought as a shell about 6 years ago. It was originally a 400 car but I put a rare Pontiac Overhead Cam six with a four barrel in with a T-10 five speed and posi rear. I bought new tires, interior, chrome, emblems, some body panels, 400 hood, etc. I've redone cars in the past including painting them myself but I can't seem to force myself to finish this one. Unfinished projects are hard to sell and I will surely take a beating on it. The deal with the wife was to get rid of it before dragging anything else home.
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Hey, I'm is the same boat. I have to sell my SSR before I can drag anything else home and of course storage is at a premium right now.
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It was originally a 400 car but I put a rare Pontiac Overhead Cam six with a four barrel in...
Interesting motor, I had a '66 Tempest Sprint on order when I read a Car&Driver test of a car with this motor. They were saying they had to be gentle with the motor because at less than 2000 miles it wasn't broken in yet. I'm all WTF, sent Pontiac a telegram, and received this book in return. The differences in the equipment for the two and four barrel versions for a couple bucks was amazing.
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Interesting motor, I had a '66 Tempest Sprint on order when I read a Car&Driver test of a car with this motor. They were saying they had to be gentle with the motor because at less than 2000 miles it wasn't broken in yet. I'm all WTF, sent Pontiac a telegram, and received this book in return. The differences in the equipment for the two and four barrel versions for a couple bucks was amazing.
Mine is actually a base version with the Sprint carb and manifolds but I quit caring about how fast I go years ago. I had a 69 convertible 350 with A/C back in the 70's and hated changing plugs because it was so tight under the hood. I had to jack up the car and take 2 out from underneath. (If you remember telegrams you should remember bumper jacks.) Straight six takes 5 minutes.
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"The deal with the wife to get rid of it before dragging anything else home" Isn't it strange how some of our wives have the powers that they have. 8 years ago when Jan said the 55 Chevy's (2 of them) "are goin' I want one of those little red trucks" Funny how her "off the wall remark" turned out to be the best decision "I" ever made !!! They went ... had the money 10 days and found her (Jan) a little red truck just 50 miles north of the house in Gallatin, Tennessee. Like "I" said best decision "I" ever made !!! Bob Alexander ps I can say that cause she never looks at the SSR web site.

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I had a 69 convertible 350 with A/C back in the 70's and hated changing plugs because it was so tight under the hood. I had to jack up the car and take 2 out from underneath. (If you remember telegrams you should remember bumper jacks.) Straight six takes 5 minutes.
Oh yes, a 350 Corvette with Kustom headers. 8 wrench combinations and half a day to change plugs.
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Oh yes, a 350 Corvette with Kustom headers. 8 wrench combinations and half a day to change plugs.
We laugh at religious fanatics who whip themselves, ignoring the torture we car guys inflict on ourselves.
At least we COULD work on them ourselves. Now it's two hours wading through YouTube videos just trying to figure out what's wrong and how to get to it.
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Unfinished projects are hard to sell and I will surely take a beating on it. The deal with the wife was to get rid of it before dragging anything else home.[/QUOTE]

Sounds like the same boat I was in, had a 73 Challenger project car with built up 340 for it and took a beating on it, not many people want to finish what someone else has started. Also had an original 74- 4 speed 340 Roadrunner that took me about 2 years to sell, everybody wants you to give them away or want a 40 year old car in showroom condition. Took me about 2 months to replace them with my SSR glad I did, RRunner was fun to drive but with no air and being that old I didn't drive it that much. Hang in there you will find someone who wants to tackle a "project" and there will be an SSR out there for you. I have seen a lot of nice deals the past year on SSR's since I got mine.
Guy that bought the challenger is close by so I run up and see how he's doing with it, am I glad I sold it his dad has a collision shop so he works on it there says he's got about 500 hrs on it so far but he's taking down to the frame, can hardly wait to see it when it's done. Would have cost me 3 times what I paid for the SSR to finish it that way.
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I had a money pit in the form of a Triumph Spitfire. Finally after years as a catch all for everything loose in the garage I decided to get rid of it. Good riddance and I try not to think of how much money I "invested" in it never to return.

The good thing, made room for the R!

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"Guzzi" my cousin and her husband had a Morgan in the garage collecting parts and dust. She thought it was a "money pit" and then her husband died ... she advertised it for sale, I think she got 50 or 60 Thousand for it and several calls from England. Talked to her the other day and she still laughs about it. The guy bought it site unseen, brought his trailer, paid her, loaded it up and hauled it off. When she called me last year, I told her take the first offer over 50 Thousand and get the damn thing out of the garage. It might have been worth more but 50 Grand is nothing to sneeze at. Bob Alexander
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Now you're comparing apples to oranges as they say in your neck of the woods. The Morgan is expensive and hand built in very limited numbers whereas a Spitfire was a mass market vehicle competing with the likes of MGB and maybe even the base Mustang or Camaro although they seated 2 in the front and 2 legless adults in the rear. LOL

I may not have been as anxious to get rid of the car had it been a Morgan or say a Jaguar XKE.

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"Guz" you have a very valid point, but she was 75 at the time and was "downsizing" and moving "to town" Her husband left her very comfortable and she was "wholesaling" everything not nailed down. They lived out in the country in a large house with a big garage and barn. Bob
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I had a '67 Impala SS convertible out back that needed some work, the dash had rusted out along the inside of the windshield, but ran well. I just hadn't got to it and was beginning to think I wouldn't because of too many irons in the fire. At least twice a month someone would ring the bell wanting to buy it

The one day a young guy carrying a 2ish year old inquired. I don't know what it was but I had a good feeling about this kid. I sold it to him for $1. Six months later he came back. It had a new dash, new interior including door panels, new top, new glass, a big block with 4 speed OD automatic. He said he was ready to start on the body work and paint. I forgave him the 21" wheels.

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Aw GEEzs......And I WAS going to offer to sell you my super-duper, hipper-dipper double-deluxe "04 BLACK BEAUTY with virtually every up-grade already installed.
You haven't posted your location, If you are anywhere near north ATLANTA, come see it !
I just started looking for an R. I am in Sandy Springs. Any idea on price?
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15-25 seems to be the norm, depends on miles, condition, etc.. just like any other car. A good thing to keep in mind is, the R generally holds it's value very well if you don't pay too much. I paid 20 for mine 7+ years ago and feel I could easily get 15 for it now, not too bad.

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15-25 seems to be the norm, depends on miles, condition, etc.. just like any other car. A good thing to keep in mind is, the R generally holds it's value very well if you don't pay too much. I paid 20 for mine 7+ years ago and feel I could easily get 15 for it now, not too bad.

Thanks for the reply. That does seem to be the range I'm seeing. I was specifically asking Oldfred about his.

Thanks again for your help!
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thanks for the reply. That does seem to be the range i'm seeing. I was specifically asking oldfred about his.

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21' Wheels? Gag me! Every once in awhile I'll see an awesome classic in the St Louis area with monster wheels that make it look like a roller skate. Guess I'm too old.
I had a 125 mile round trip commute to my job in St Louis and saw some weird stuff. Occasionally I would see this 82 Impala with wheels so big it sat up like a 4 wheeler truck. I had to shake my head one day when I saw he had a flat and had his tiny spare out with his bottle jack that was fully extended but still a foot from touching anything under the car. Even if he had been able to put the spare on, it wouldn't have been driveable. I couldn't pull over to help in rush hour traffic and he already had his phone out. I'm guessing he didn't think about that when he was spending $4,000 on wheels and tires for a $1,500 car. Since the R has 2 different size wheels, is there a spare wheel and tire combo that you could use for front and back?
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