Post 51: Is that you, Freddie?

Here in the western part of Amurica, our cars last a very long time. A very, very long time. A very, very, very long time. So we don’t quite get the concept of salt and snow and rust. Mud just isn’t the same.

Through secret communications with You Know Who (MBBUT) and their agent Denise, we here at Sparkyville just discovered a whole new world of cars. The Southern Car.

“Southern Car” Murcury GranMarquise – $2950 (Ish)

1995 murcury Gran Marquise
size : full-size; type : sedan; drive: rwd; fuel: gas; transmission: automatic; title status: clean; cylinders: 8 cylindersl; condition: excellent.

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Nice ride, very comfortable, No rust, from Texas –
New rebuilt transmission – strong clean running engine, gets over 20 mpg, – no leaks!
power windows, seats, cruise, a/c –
“Power Everything” works, – Digital dash – interior very good condition – drives great!
I spent almost 1k shipping, and 1750 on new transmission! So don’t try talking down much, and “throw that, ‘blue book’ , value out”! as it is worth collecting and customizing, and should last!
This is a professionally, well maintained vehicle.
definite comfortable, collectors car from the southern climate”!

call or text Jane

The Lone Star State has a new Motto: No Rust From Texas!
Question: Why would you ship a car to a northern, snowy state in New England just to sell it? Anybody? Beuhler? I will do my best to not try talking down to Sparky-Jane, but it will be dad-gum difficult. Get a load of those boots!

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17 thoughts on “Post 51: Is that you, Freddie?

  1. Don’t just throw out the Kelly Blue Book, throw out all your books, replace all your pants with denim short shorts, submit to Jane. Buy, drive, and commit to the southern car.

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  2. Why does Sparkie think that if she shakes her ass, people in the snow belt will forget this is a 20 year-old rear wheel drive pimped-out Ford? It will need more than a new transgression.

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