Re: 90 6000 SE AWD
- There was a line on your last email that said "non-text portions of this
email were removed"... Some watchdog program at yahoo prolly got rid of
it.... Kind of ironic... rip out a useless line of illegible text and
replace it with a useless line of uninformative text....
Will the yard not sell because of their policy or because of some state
law? In VA there is something called a "non-repairable certificate" which
means that once issued the car can not be legally registered again... EVER.
I know the legislature enacted it to reduce insurance fraud, but it's WAY
too easy to get one and has increased fraud in the other direction. When I
was first getting into Fieros I came across an intact one in the yard.... I
inquired about it and was told it had a non-repairable certificate. The PO
prolly thought "It's my car and I don't want anyone ever using it but me,
so I'll get a non-repairable certificate for a perfectly good car and
pervert the intent of the law"....
> From: Brian R <lapurr_n_smurf@...>--
>Subject: Re: Re: 90 6000 SE AWD
>I know I posted it, dont know what happened to it..
>Here it is again..
>Christopher Ray <pontiac6000steawd@...> wrote:
>Where's the link?
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Brian R <lapurr_n_smurf@y...> wrote:
> > Here is the link to the pics I took the other day. Take a look, its
>definetly interesting.. Looking closer at the brake resivoir pic, I
>cant seem to locate a brake booster. WTF?
> > Brian
> > 87 Pontiac 6000 LE
> > 89 Pontiac 6000 STE AWD
> > 90 Pontiac ASC McLaren Turbo Grand Prix
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