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Thread: Early 80s steel side LTD country squire

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    Default Early 80s steel side LTD country squire

    A friend in Maine spotted this on the side of the road. Phone# and price in one of the pics. WagonMan
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    Looks very clean for a Maine car. Had to have been always garaged. Located in southern Maine I would suspect. Rare find and qualifies for antique plates.
    Chances are slim that it will sell in Maine. Very few people are interested in old cars especially for that price. It took two years to sell my 75 LTD.

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    I abhor those wire wheel covers. They make just about every car look cheap and chincy despite being an "up-level" option. Turbines, lacey spokes or actual wire wheels are the ticket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerekTheGreat View Post
    I abhor those wire wheel covers. They make just about every car look cheap and chincy despite being an "up-level" option. Turbines, lacey spokes or actual wire wheels are the ticket.
    Agree 100%. Definitely does not fit my taste. The base model wheel covers are better than the wire covers.
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