<VV> Fwd: $185K Stinger (bashing?)

Richard Gebhardt rampside64 at att.net
Sun Nov 14 22:39:52 EST 2010

You are missing the point. I know Allen. He may or may not want to sell, 
but if some idiot should
come along with more money than sense................................ 
Nuff said

Richard Gebhardt

On 11/14/2010 4:06 PM, Taruffi57 at aol.com wrote:
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>   From: Taruffi57 at aol.com
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> Sent: 11/14/2010  5:05:16 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
> Subj: Re: $185K Stinger  (bashing?)
> Anyone who read my first post will clearly see that I was not bashing
> Allen Bristow.  I simply stated that I (me) was regretting not buying the  car
> when I had the opportunity.  When I drove away from David LePorte's  home, I
> knew I was making a mistake, but there were other influences and  "projects'
> going on at that time.
> We can all Monday Morning Quarterback, and regret the cars we  shoulda.  I
> was just stating the obvious, that today, Mr. LePorte most  surely would
> rather that he had waited to sell the car, and that Allen may or  may not have
> realized the "buy".  He probably knew it was going to  appreciate, but Yenko
> madness was just REALLY starting to take off 5-1/2  yrs. ago.
> What I was putting down on paper (via email) was a reminder to those who
> might hesitate - even if you go in debt for awhile, to remember my boneheaded
>   brain-out-of-gear mistake the next time you see a car you know - for
> absolute  certainty, is destined for strong appreciation.
> Oh, and as for my opinion of Allen's asking price, I'll not apologize for
> saying the thing that all of you were thinking when you first read his  sale
> ad.
> Joe Dunlap
> Florida
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