<VV> Pilot Car a Steal!

KMFEAR at aol.com KMFEAR at aol.com
Mon Jul 19 15:29:02 EDT 2010

Ron please lets not go into politics. That's such  a non factual statement, 
raise the taxes on people who produce (the rich) and  youll really see the 
economy tank. MOST people who have money earned it and pay  the MAJORITY of 
the taxes!
In a message dated 7/19/2010 3:14:47 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
ronh at owt.com writes:

With  Bush's tax cuts for the rich, they have money to burn.  
that leaves the rest of us out which is where they want us to  be.

----- Original Message ----- 
From:  <KMFEAR at aol.com>
To: <virtualVairs at corvair.org>
Sent:  Monday, July 19, 2010 12:03 PM
Subject: <VV> Pilot Car a  Steal!

> If this is actually a pilot car its a steal! I  collect  many cars as well
> as Corvairs (I have 30 at any given  time). I travel to  the major East 
> Coast
> auctions and  shows. Unfortunately many Corvair people do  not live in the
> real  world when it comes to pricing. Sorry its true, Its good  because  
> many
> prices stay down, however Im having a rust free 66  Corsa  painted and it 
> costs
> $6500.00, I stripped it and  Im putting it back together.  Almost any 
> decent
> classic  car that is remotely desirable and really is decent is  going to
>  cost you 10K anymore, but a pilot car!!
>     A  66 Corsa Turbo Convertible is very  rare much less a pilot car.  
> a proper detailing and clean up a large  collector would pay  far more 
> that at a the right auction. I just read  a 64  Greenbrier went for 
> at
> auction! It was in Sports Car  Market or  Hemmings at a large auction.
> Granted that's insane and  I love Corvairs and  Corvair people 
> but.......theres
> the  real world out there! My two cents for what  theyre worth!
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