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Thanks for the link and that what a hefty price tag on that one sold on Barret Jackson
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They were rolling exhibits taken around the country. Apparently they didn't have very good brakes, a couple were lost on curvy, hilly roads. The coolest thing I think is the way the driver gets up to the cockpit!
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They were rolling exhibits taken around the country. Apparently they didn't have very good brakes, a couple were lost on curvy, hilly roads. The coolest thing I think is the way the driver gets up to the cockpit!
The one that was rear ended and taken out of service, and never repaired is the one that is in Sweden today
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