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The David Lee Edwards Auction

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Posted: September 29, 2015, 4:45 am - IP Logged

Does anyone else feel that David died of AIDS from the infected drug needles

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    Posted: September 29, 2015, 5:13 am - IP Logged

    Does anyone else feel that David died of AIDS from the infected drug needles

    Skeptical whos to say, but according to this article he and one of his wives had Hepatitis from the drug abuse

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      Posted: September 29, 2015, 5:34 am - IP Logged

      Green laughnice bone wagon jejeje

       

      actually if I read that price right ...  its a fair asking price to almost cheap

      It's already been sold.  There was another hearse, a 1964 Oldsmobile 98 Hearse that also didn't last long.  It was a yr. newer and cheaper.  What with all the high res. photos and from all angles, even underneath (and within a few days they also post a video and crank up the engine), I believe I'd buy a car from them online if it was something I always wanted and for a decent price.  They have a good rep. in online classic car forums.

      Yeah, if I ever win the lottery, I imagine the Dallas dealership will make a few sales to me.  They've had some killer deals on old Model A and T's and I've always wanted a Mustang, maybe an old pickup that's been redone to the max w/ a modern motor.

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        Posted: September 29, 2015, 6:00 am - IP Logged

        It's already been sold.  There was another hearse, a 1964 Oldsmobile 98 Hearse that also didn't last long.  It was a yr. newer and cheaper.  What with all the high res. photos and from all angles, even underneath (and within a few days they also post a video and crank up the engine), I believe I'd buy a car from them online if it was something I always wanted and for a decent price.  They have a good rep. in online classic car forums.

        Yeah, if I ever win the lottery, I imagine the Dallas dealership will make a few sales to me.  They've had some killer deals on old Model A and T's and I've always wanted a Mustang, maybe an old pickup that's been redone to the max w/ a modern motor.

        Puke @ the thought of a maxed out kustom trailer queen old trucks

         

        Trucks made b4 1980 were built for working and getting into trouble .....

        not for trying to impress the Bentley and trust fund crowd