I get mail. All kinds. Most is reasonable; some helpful. Others just . . . weird. Like the one I just received from “Patrick” (see below) which implies my Great Pumpkin – my ’76 Trans-Am – isn’t really mine. That I stole it – or bought it from someone who did.
You know what i meant. Where Did. You buy it.Did you buy it used? Did you buy it used? What state did. You buy it in. The reason Im asking is because mine was stolen. Are you able to amswer. Please dont get me wrong.Im not accusing or insinuating anyone here.I d just like to know what happened to it.
Illiteracy left largely as original.
Well, “Patrick,” it seems to me that you have insinuating exactly that. Else you wouldn’t have written that “you know what I mean” (cue Eric the Midget) in reply to my reply to your original “question,” which was “… when did that come out”? (see here) referring to the color of my car.
Which I explained isn’t “competition orange,” as per your original question – Pontiac never offered such a color – but rather Carousel Red, which you should know if you ever owned a 1976 Carousel Red Trans-Am like my car.
Which I bought 28 years ago. I am the second owner. The original owner traded it in at an Oldsmobile dealership, where I found it. I doubt the Olds dealer dealt in stolen goods.
I assume this suffices to convince you that my car was never your car?
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