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Man!!!! Weren't cars made in those days??? Nary a scratch on it! Today's cars----the whole front end would have been totaled. We now pay 10 times more for the car, with 10 times less workmanship, and pay 10 times more to the body shop, because the Insurance Companies are willing to settle for 10 times the old rates, and therefore charge us 10 more than we used to pay. If cars were made as tough today, as they used to be,----would the insurance rates go down? Not on your life! Nope! They have tasted the Honey, they will never eat their chicken plain again! LOL.


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Looks like a 41 or so Dodge or Plymouth. I agree with most said by the previous comments especially about insurance costs. If the newer autos were built as the old, our fuel milage (mpg) would drop considerably unless the I believe it was 1932 8 cyl. ford carburator was instaleed for that was the best for mpg. the and would be now.


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