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This is pretty cool old car stuff.

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This is pretty cool old car stuff.
So's this! Here's a spittin' image of my first car, a 1933 Plymouth I bought for $25 in 1952. My second car, a 1935 Studebaker I bought for $40. Moving up!
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So's this! Here's a spittin' image of my first car, a 1933 Plymouth I bought for $25 in 1952. My second car, a 1935 Studebaker I bought for $40. Moving up!
If you bought them for

1933 = $25 / $484 now
1933 = $40 / $775 now

Ok DuckDuckGo it already (google)

So what do they sell for now ?

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So's this! Here's a spittin' image of my first car, a 1933 Plymouth I bought for $25 in 1952. My second car, a 1935 Studebaker I bought for $40. Moving up!

They had so much personality back then.
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They had so much personality back then.
And so very easy to work on too.
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Ya gots to love them suicide doors.

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My late brother had one of these when he was in H.S. '38 Buick 4-Door Sedan with a straight 8. Still had the original window shade in the rear window.
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Ya gots to love them suicide doors.
Actually I did! They were much easier to enter and leave the car. Lincoln is going to make only 80 Continental sedans with rear suicide doors. My guess is there will be a big demand for them and they will make more.
Love those '37 and '38 Buicks. They had yards of rear seat leg room.

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...Love those '37 and '38 Buicks. They had yards of rear seat leg room.
I swear you could dance ( and comfortably do a few other things ) in the back seat of my brother's.
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I swear you could dance ( and comfortably do a few other things ) in the back seat of my brother's.
All my cars (until I bought my 2007 Chrysler 300C) had bench front and rear seats. Great for drive-in movies (passion pits, finger bowls), lover's lanes and anywhere secluded.

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