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Peter Moffatt (@Rokonbikes@hotmail.com)
Date:Thu 05 Jul 2007 10:36:17 AM EDT
Subject:68 Coronet 500
 Nice convertible in the pics . I am currently restoring a driveable 1968 Coronet 500 ; 318 Auto. that I inherited from my wife's uncle .It has the P (premium)code which means it has a bit of extra chrome etc .I plan to paint it the same green as in the pics as I remember one that a school teacher had when I was a kid . Rear frame rails are bad but the rest is quite good .Like to pick up some good rust-free used rails if anyone has some at a reasonable price .

John House (johnhouse509@msn.com)
Date:Tue 20 Mar 2007 05:36:23 PM EDT
 I saw one of your recipes on RealBeer: the imperial stout, 1.130! I work in Olympia and would like to see your brew set-up some time.

m. groff (mgroff426@comcast.net)
Date:Fri 08 Dec 2006 11:57:17 PM EST
Subject:Cool webpage
 Great website. You have an absolutely beautiful R/T. My first Mope was a '68 Coronet R/T, white w/ black interior and red stripe. I don't know how I missed it last summer when I was up there. I don't get around too much being in a chair. I have a purple '70 Charger R/T SE with a 472 Hemi. I seen a few pix you took of it. Next year I'll be bringing my Challenger up there.

J.C. Simmons (jc.simmons@verizon.net)
Date:Fri 02 Jun 2006 03:44:56 PM EDT
 I was reviewing monitors in the MacWorld webpage and saw your admonishment. Remember! There will be no beer drinking in heaven so we better get it done now. Have a brewski.

John C. Leeper (Martial_Law@comcast.net)
Date:Wed 07 Jul 2004 12:16:57 PM EDT
Subject:Visitin' the neighbors
 Very nice convertible I'll see you at Sunbust

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