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  • Doris, a 1969 144S Yukon Survivor

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    I am the third owner after not one but TWO little old ladies. 25000 original miles. New shocks, springs , muffler. Original Michelins. Swapped the Strombergs for SU HS6s from Island Automotion...runs great!
    1969 144S
    1965 Pontiac Acadian Canso Sport Deluxe
    1956 Cessna 180

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    That is really nice, looks fantastic. But, tires that old can't be safe, rubber may not be worn but it still dry rots.

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    • GrantR
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      Sorry, I should have been more clear...the wheels are original and the tires are skinny 165sr15s from sometime in the 80s...still in good shape though

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    Just... Wow!

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      A Canadian Boy! I love that color my first Volvo was a 1971 145 that was turquoise. Used to drive it between Calgary and Invermere 39 years ago.
      I have an Apache, plus 2 142s, 68 P1800, 91 740, 64 544.

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      • GrantR
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        wow, that's quite a collection!
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