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Interceptor for Sale

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2002 11:22 pm
by Anklecranker


20% of $8000, as Peter referred to, is $1,600. A ridiculous sum to pay for the honor of buying anything.


Why do most people who read posts only respond when they feel they can point out what they think is wrong?















Interceptor for Sale

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2002 11:33 pm
by AussieCoupes


I read every post on about 200 message boards and respond when I think I can be of assistance. I thought you had made a clerical error and was trying to help.

Interceptor for Sale

PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2002 12:30 am
by Intceptbuilder





Mike F wrote


"Northern Illinois car shows this past month. I missed both shows but saw pics"


Hi Mike this will be Jim Martino's replica.


Jim is getting out and about quite a lot, doing some mid week street shows as well.


Being in the USA Jim is enjoying the freedom of the road regulations in the USA (as apposed to the dick heads that run our roads) Jim has been driving the Interceptor to work and back. Ummm.. that is not to say that he has not drawn a lot of Police interest / attention.


Not sure what the Police will do when John get's his replica in Washington L.O.L. John IS A POLICEMAN !


Cheers

Gordon.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2002 2:38 am
by Interdictor


John needs to talk his boss into letting him pull people over in his Interceptor.


When word gets out that his department is employing a black on black, speeding will go down 150%! and police chases? (would YOU try to get away if you saw the black beast in your rearview mirror?)Image

Interceptor for Sale

PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2002 2:58 am
by Anklecranker


In Carlisle, We followed Rod's Interceptor into an abandoned station. Wwe looked like a motley crew. In three minutes the local Police pulled up to say "Move on!"


Mark , NY State Trooper, got him to pose for the camera. The photo is in Australian Muscle Car mag.