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    Midlife Motors is the one-stop shop for all of your classic car needs! Any question or need you may have with your classic, Midlife Motors is sure to help. We can handle Consignment, Performance Upgrades, Appraisals, Inspections, World-Wide Shipping, and much, much more!

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    hello
    I am interested to know more about you, as we are Dealer of New & Used Trucks, Cars & Rvs, we always require transporting out consignment to diff state in usa, so it would be pleasure to know about your dealing & way of working, u can check all our product listed on our site at http://www.truckcarsrv.com so that would be very easy for your ref.

    kindly PM me with your interest.

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    Hi,
    this is really nice informatic thread on car inforamtion. Thanks for sharing this information to me.

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    Hello guys!

    I would imagine it is easier to find parts for 1960s General Motors car than it'd be for a 1960s AMC because GM is still around. I don't know a lot about maintenance of cars, but any classic car I'd get would be worked on by my mechanic. What brands would be easiest to find parts for and hence least expensive to maintain? What brands most rare parts and expensive?

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    Yes definitely if the car is very old the parts is also very rare. And if you want to buy those part into market it's very costly.

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    THanks for posting!

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    Some useful info

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    Like to know some more info.Do you supply or ship spare parts as well...?

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    I am very glad to see such information.This is really very informative thread.Thanks for sharing with us.

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    I am really curious about one thing...do you have something for a Ford Model T?

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