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hemidenis
Posted 2019-01-19 8:34 PM (#577077 - in reply to #423809)
Subject: Re: Montana yard crushing everything



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they had great cars there.
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bbrasse1
Posted 2019-02-10 6:39 PM (#578052 - in reply to #423809)
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I knew Neil for almost 30 years. Maybe I was lucky but I bought many body’s and frames and countless parts and never was disappointed or ripped off. I really thought he was a decent business man. I was totally shocked as I am sure most were by just shutting down and crushing many years of precious rare and hard to find forward look cars and parts. I know he was getting into the wedding reception and cake making business and told me it was easier and more profitable than the yard. Selling cars and parts had gotten more difficult with the internet and he said 5here were a lot of rip off middle men. It still doesn’t explain the way he ended his business that he had created for over 40 years. He disappointed a lot of people by not having a final sale.
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Powerflite
Posted 2019-02-10 9:08 PM (#578056 - in reply to #423809)
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I can't believe they crushed this poor '58 New Yorker coupe. To not try and sell it is just beyond stupid. I would have loved that trim on there, if nothing else.



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bbrasse1
Posted 2019-02-11 4:10 AM (#578065 - in reply to #423809)
Subject: Re: Montana yard crushing everything


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I knew Neil for almost 30 years. Maybe I was lucky but I bought many body’s and frames and countless parts and never was disappointed or ripped off. I really thought he was a decent business man. I was totally shocked as I am sure most were by just shutting down and crushing many years of precious rare and hard to find forward look cars and parts. I know he was getting into the wedding reception and cake making business and told me it was easier and more profitable than the yard. Selling cars and parts had gotten more difficult with the internet and he said 5here were a lot of rip off middle men. It still doesn’t explain the way he ended his business that he had created for over 40 years. He disappointed a lot of people by not having a final sale.
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hemidenis
Posted 2019-02-11 2:51 PM (#578083 - in reply to #423809)
Subject: Re: Montana yard crushing everything



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I guess after 40 years of picky/experts FL car owners, it was like a revenge of crushing everything. Try to sell something to this group and you may feel like him.
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gradford
Posted 2019-02-12 3:46 PM (#578116 - in reply to #423809)
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It's like burning the Mona Lisa because you can't be bothered storing it...
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