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To: J.F. Sebastian who wrote (3082)5/21/2019 12:42:56 PM
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Hi JF,

On July 20th 1970, I bought a used 1955 nomad for $1750.00.

After taking ownership I bought from a Chevy dealer two new front fenders for $70.00 each.

Today the reproduction fenders cost $500 - $600. I'm now prepping the car to take it to a restoration shop.

While loading those OEM fenders that are now almost 50 years old, I marvel at the thickness of the metal.

I still also have a passenger side OEM 54 corvette quarter panel - lord knows what that is worth - serious man cave decoration material! <smile>

I guess that proves there is still gold out there in the attics of Boomers. <smile>

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