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    Dodge : Charger | eBay
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    I love my Super Bee, but the Charger 500 has always been one mopar that I've really wanted. This one is definitely out of my league, though.

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    • #3
      more rare than a Daytona or Superbird. Many of them got cloned into Daytonas in the 70s and 80s
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      • #4
        I always enjoy the "get low monthly payments" line. BWHAHAHAHAHAHA

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        • #5
          Love these cars. There are two red ones that show up at shows around this area. One is nicely restored and the other is a pretty decent survivor. Using up my 401K for this one just ain't gonna happen though

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          • #6
            Use your 401K before the gooberment makes it worthless!

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            • #7
              Found out recently that you can use an existing 401K or an IRA to finance a business - with no penalty of any kind. You basiclly turn it into stock in your business so that the 401K or IRA owns stock in your company - instead of elsewhere in the market. The money invested can be used to do whatever is needed to start up and finance the business.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Stumper View Post
                Found out recently that you can use an existing 401K or an IRA to finance a business - with no penalty of any kind. You basiclly turn it into stock in your business so that the 401K or IRA owns stock in your company - instead of elsewhere in the market. The money invested can be used to do whatever is needed to start up and finance the business.
                Sounds like being the owner a restored Charger 500 is the perfect business for me. :ROFLMAO:

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                • #9
                  NIce car. What a bargain.

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                  • #10
                    I have, and WANTED a car that is NOT particulary rare. I wanted to DRIVE the thing, not stick it in a garage and then worry that the garage would burn down.

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