For Sale: 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air

For Sale: 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air

Details: 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air

13,324 original miles. Two owners.

Garage kept for 90% of its 53 years, the rest of the's been protected by a high-tech custom cover. Other than the tires, some of the belts, hoses and a few odds and ends, this car is as it came off the assembly line. It starts easily, still runs, and I just have decided it's time to sell it. My father was offered $25K cash for this car at a show over 10 years ago, the insurance value is ~$17K...I'm splitting the difference at $20K.

There is no restoration here; this is a unique car and I can and will wait for the right buyer.

If you know anyone that's into antique cars...please send them to this blog. My email is I will keep the pic above as the header until I sell the car.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Gam zeh ya'avor

As I close out my annual tribute to the Susquehannock, I truly look forward to the event being planned in Lancaster, PA just over 11 months from now that will commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Conestoga Massacre. I hope my schedule allows me to attend.

This blog has morphed - significantly - from its original design and purpose over the past 13 years, as have my interests. Although I will always have a deep passion for the Susquehanna River and its fate, which is far from improving, I need to move beyond the place where I find myself today.

The Conestoga Massacre took place almost 13 years before the Declaration of Independence was signed. One of the acknowledged leaders and visionaries of an emerging nation, Benjamin Franklin, decried the act for years to follow. And for those of us that have patrilineal connections to the event itself, our acts of reparation have only just begun.

The past few months have been particularly difficult. I'm not fully through the grief and mourning stuff that follows the loss of a parent, but as with all things...gam zeh ya'avor.

Be well.

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