UK callin`...Uk callin`...Just purchased a 1973 Chrysler Town & Country

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  1. v8brit

    v8brit New Member

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    Hi !
    After many years of trying, last week I finally found a 440, 9-seat, T&C in the UK !
    My car came from the USA via a stint in Germany with its original owner,
    ( I assume he was an American serviceman ? ) ..So its well travelled..
    I will be seeking advice now & then as im new to BB Chrysler`s ....
    So dont tell me im asking dum questions please...:);)
    Seems like a great forum to join ! Thanks !
     
  2. OldFox

    OldFox Curmudgeon

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    There are no dumb questions. There are only dumb people who ask intelligent questions. ;)
     
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    AK27 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome v8brit!
     
  4. HotRodRacer

    HotRodRacer Well-Known Member

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    I prefer the term "ignorant" - ignorant of the subject you are asking about, but trying to learn and become educated.

    Welcome aboard, v8brit!
     
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    fannie Well-Known Member

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    I've down a few of your country roads. It must be interesting moving that T&C along some of them?

    Welcome aboard. :wave:
     
  6. OrthmannJ

    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Welcome aboard v8brit! Sounds like a fantastic wagon you have there. These forums are the perfect place to ask questions, so never hesitate. I'm looking forward to seeing some photos of this one and hearing more about it.
     

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