History Headscratchers / VanishingPoint

12th Aug '13 12:42:53 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to San Fancisco? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in San Francisco that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option on Challengers in 1971). On top of this, the Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.
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11th Feb '13 8:17:11 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to San Fancisco? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in San Francisco that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.

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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to San Fancisco? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in San Francisco that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option on Challengers in 1971). On top of this, the Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.
22nd Aug '12 7:58:09 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.

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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? San Fancisco? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles San Francisco that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.
22nd Aug '12 7:54:54 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the CHallenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.

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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the CHallenger Challenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.
22nd Aug '12 7:54:26 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971).

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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971). On top of this, the CHallenger was only made in two locations, one of which was Los Angeles (the other is in Hamtramck, Michigan), and I don't think it's exaplained why it was being shipped from Denver to Los Angeles in the first place.
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16th Aug '12 2:00:47 PM maxwellsilver
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* What company makes a business practise of having someone drive a customer's car from Colorado to Los Angeles? They don't seem to use trucks to transport cars, instead driving them about a thousand miles, and it's not like there aren't any custom paint shops in Los Angeles that could paint a car white (Chrysler didn't offer white as an option in 1971).
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