NOT MINE 1968 Chrysler newport $3,500

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Nice car smooth riding big block 383 727 transmission everything worked great Flowmaster dual exhaust sounds good the only thing is wrong with this car it needs the brakes Bleed It from sitting up and a battery that's it
 
Is that a New Yorker grill? Anyway, I always liked that roof line, not as boxy as the sedan.
 
Sumpter. SC. . .

Thank ye kindly! STILL TOO DAMN FAR! The damned carpetbagging flippers have STRIPPED my State! Never imagined ARIZONA would be so denuded, but like demonic locusts, the carpetbagger-flippers of the 21st Century have exceeded the original, in this anyway.

Good to see that the Pinkney surname has survived in Carolina, and I pray these folk indeed carry the blood of their illustrious sires. I saw the Name, and should have realized that this HAD TO BE CAROLINIAN! SHAME ON ME!
 
Thank ye kindly! STILL TOO DAMN FAR! The damned carpetbagging flippers have STRIPPED my State! Never imagined ARIZONA would be so denuded, but like demonic locusts, the carpetbagger-flippers of the 21st Century have exceeded the original, in this anyway.

Good to see that the Pinkney surname has survived in Carolina, and I pray these folk indeed carry the blood of their illustrious sires. I saw the Name, and should have realized that this HAD TO BE CAROLINIAN! SHAME ON ME!

I had a great uncle in SC named Pinkney. Everyone called him "Uncle Pink."
 
I had a great uncle in SC named Pinkney. Everyone called him "Uncle Pink."

Charles Cotesworth Pinkney is one of my favorites of the U.S.A.'s Founding Bandits. Few folk nowadaze realize how important Charleston was to the Revolution, and the 18th century Atlantic economy. Those feudalist Scots created quite a culture and civilization for themselves, but, alas, a LOT of their wealth came from slave sweat and blood, and thus their damnation.
 
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