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Hell I like you. You can come to my house #2708474
10/20/19 09:05 AM
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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: theraif] #2708479
10/20/19 09:32 AM
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good luck with that!

Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: HemiMark] #2708513
10/20/19 10:59 AM
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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: BloFish] #2708585
10/20/19 02:36 PM
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$54k aussie is like $37k US. I'll admit to being a fan of the Gunnie but that doesn't add $30k to the price.

Assuming it really is that R.L. Emery. I mean could be anyone and wouldn't be the first time it wasn't who you think it is. I seem to recall a couple Frank Sinatra cars and at least one John Voght ride that weren't owned by the actual celeb.


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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: RWG75] #2708594
10/20/19 03:28 PM
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Puttin' on the foil in Charles...
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Originally Posted by RWG75
$54k aussie is like $37k US. I'll admit to being a fan of the Gunnie but that doesn't add $30k to the price.

Assuming it really is that R.L. Emery. I mean could be anyone and wouldn't be the first time it wasn't who you think it is. I seem to recall a couple Frank Sinatra cars and at least one John Voght ride that weren't owned by the actual celeb.


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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: RWG75] #2709183
10/22/19 12:04 PM
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Dunno if it is THAT R. Lee Ermey, but he DID own a '73 Charger.

Link to site about carrying things we can't talk about on this site

From the profile on website above, a list of things Ermey carried every day includes:

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Warthog Tusk Keychain and Keys to my 1973 Dodge Charger


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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: FM3_1970] #2709279
10/22/19 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by FM3_1970
Dunno if it is THAT R. Lee Ermey, but he DID own a '73 Charger.

Link to site about carrying things we can't talk about on this site

From the profile on website above, a list of things Ermey carried every day includes:

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Warthog Tusk Keychain and Keys to my 1973 Dodge Charger


drinking

That's pretty cool. First thing I'd do is paint the intake and valve covers! Might be a $10k car on good day.


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Re: Hell I like you. You can come to my house [Re: larrymopar360] #2709840
10/24/19 04:43 PM
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Seller would to provide more provenance and proof than what he has a pic of, IMO. Regardless it's a nice looking Charger, but NOT $37,000 nice! laugh2


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