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Old 08-26-2016, 09:38 AM   #1
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Hi there new to the forum...looking for a 20-23 AS...I have checked some of the specs. and browsed the forum, but there is SO much information, so I thought I would ask.

Price not being the deciding factor I see gutted out aluminum cans (haha) in the 1960 era selling for the same as almost as a fully functioning 1970's AS.

Is there a specific reason? Or is this like cars....60's are more $$ than 70's

Anyway the hunt is better than the kill !

Thanks in advance.
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