You can always get a Google Voice phone# tied to your real # and get a layer of anonymity. From citizens, at least.I remember this one from the Instagram sign up bullshit. I think even a fake account on anything now-a-daze needs a phone number to sign up. Buyer beware...
No. I was being sarcastic, so my 6-figures includes dollars only.Does the six figures include the two after the decimal point?
1967 Plymouth Fury VIP 383 Commando HP Hardtop Sedan Only 17K Miles...
This is my 1967 PLYMOUTH FURY VIP 383 Commando HP Hardtop Sedan - Elite Survivor.
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383/325 HP H-Code engine (Big Block V8)
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FWIW, here's a prior discussion on this one.
NOT MINE - GG1 Green 383 "H" Code 1967 Plymouth VIP 4DR HDTP, $55,000!!.
Yeah I grew up in Westchester County. Moved out of there to Arizona because of the cost of houses there.Well, Westchester is like the second richest county in NYS, so 55k is like pocket change there. Hee hee.
What did Jed Clampett say. "Walking around money."
Probably means they measured the volume of fuel consumed during some non-scientific test, and then calculated that into a HP output via some BSFC constant (Brake Specific Fuel Consumption) and said Wow! 400hp!what is fuel flow tested at 400 hp and why new ball joints with that low mileage.
Well there ya go! Fury Fan, that explains the high price of the car!Probably means they measured the volume of fuel consumed during some non-scientific test, and then calculated that into a HP output via some BSFC constant (Brake Specific Fuel Consumption) and said Wow! 400hp!
Likely ignored burning excess fuel, didn't know that calc'ing with fuel volume holds a lot of inaccuracy vs using fuel mass (which accounts for temperature variation, which affects volume).
I worked at a place that did some diesel-engine fuel usage testing, and it required a $25-50k machine that did a lot of 'refinement' to standardize the fuel for measuring how much the engine consumed.
Probably be much less expensive on an engine with a returnless fuel system, but still not cheap.
To paraphrase the great Thomas Sowell - 'He got an answer he liked, why would he dig any further?'