Monday, April 25, 2005

1965 Ford Country Squire Archeology

Attention has been turned to the interior of the Country Squire but do not assume that the exterior, running gear, or even the Country Squire ice chest have been completed or neglected. When you have literally one thousand projects, you need to chip away at the edges every day.

With every used car purchase, the buyer should mentally note that the true purchasing price is actually about $1.50 CHEAPER than the agreed upon price. This is due to the inevitable change that you will find under the seats that is DIRECTLY applied against purchase price. I am even counting that Scope coupon as the Country Squire costs continue to ascend with no clear end in sight. Too bad I can't redeem those Blue Chip Stamps. Happy to see the comb, though. Always nice to have another comb.