Re: Lackawanna XM 1950 and 1955

Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>

Schuyler Larrabee wrote:
When I announced the 1955 version of these cars, there were a few that said they were interested,
but that 1955 was too late for their purposes. I wanted to let those who can use a car, 1950 and
later, know that these are available.
Thanks, Schuyler. I am among those waiting for the 1950 version, and I've just ordered one.

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