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1st production 2002 CE Convertible - signed by Leno and T Stewart!!
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« on: March 24, 2009, 05:50:34 PM »

How COOL would this car be to own??  Shocked  Notice they don't list the price? I bet they want 60k or more for it? Still, it is an awesome collector car!!!

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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2009, 07:04:25 PM »

That is a super beautiful car for sure.
Sure would love that in my collection.  Wink
Notice how both of them are left handed?
Oh well, I have this:
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TTA#231 (signed by Emerson Fittapaldi on my dash map pocket)

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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2009, 11:36:14 PM »

Wow! I didn't know GM sold this car. This car was at the TANAT'S in 2001 with the other cars from GM on display. I was in the right place at the right time. Jim Mattison ask me if I could help him for a little while. I said sure. I thought it was to help load a display. Jim reached in his pocket and pulled out 6 sets of car keys. He ask if I would help drive one of the GM show cars. Since I did not own a 4th gen TA or a convert. at the time. Jim thought he would spark my interest in buying one. I got to drive this CETA convert. off of the show area and over to the GM transport truck that was to haul it back to GM. It probably was the coolest thing I have ever got to do at a car show. People were looking at the car and I push the remote to unlock the doors and get in. Rolled down the driver window and fired up the engine. People ask if I was with a special car cub as all 6 cars filed out together.
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« Reply #3 on: March 25, 2009, 07:32:20 AM »

Wow! I didn't know GM sold this car. This car was at the TANAT'S in 2001 with the other cars from GM on display. I was in the right place at the right time. Jim Mattison ask me if I could help him for a little while. I said sure. I thought it was to help load a display. Jim reached in his pocket and pulled out 6 sets of car keys. He ask if I would help drive one of the GM show cars. Since I did not own a 4th gen TA or a convert. at the time. Jim thought he would spark my interest in buying one. I got to drive this CETA convert. off of the show area and over to the GM transport truck that was to haul it back to GM. It probably was the coolest thing I have ever got to do at a car show. People were looking at the car and I push the remote to unlock the doors and get in. Rolled down the driver window and fired up the engine. People ask if I was with a special car cub as all 6 cars filed out together.

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That would have been awesome!   Grin
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