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How can I find my old cars?????? (my 360!)

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#1 Ratty2Austin


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Posted 01 March 2004 - 02:13 AM

I am wondering if there is any possible way to search or locate in some way, my old car(s) that I have owned.. most specifically, my 1970 360 sambar van!! (the flaming twinky)

if ANYONE has seen it or has a lead on it, let me know!!! if there isnt a way that I can buy it back, then I would at least like to know of its condition/location!

last I heard it is either in the local washington area, or down near portland....
here is a pic...

I want it back!!!!!!
(I didnt sell it, my dad did! back in '99)

#2 baccaruda



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Posted 01 March 2004 - 02:55 AM

i'd like to say that the flaming twinky is uber cool. how could you give that up? :D
put ads in all major newspapers on the I-5 corridor within whatever distance asking for sightings. post on all internet forums that could be related. you might consider a reward for locating it.
good luck!

#3 Humble Nuto 53

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Posted 01 March 2004 - 08:22 AM

"title search" at the DMV or your state's equvalent

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