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There are plenty of us that know of mystery CV's or infamous CV's. It
is my opinion, that we try to get ahold of some these CV's. Bauer
CV's the two tone type, Chris Wheaton has laid claim to the Tanaue
Cover type, ( sorry about the spelling ) but these rare birds make
the CV that much more special. Let's try to find out what happened to
them, I am a history CV buff, the more about the history of the cars,
the more I feel the cars are special. The only CV history I know of
is the Hutton Quad Four CV's. The ones who donated motors for the
testing of the quad four. But there is so many more interesting
stories that have happened to CV's, I would love to here them, and
what happened to those cars.
John J. Cowall
P.S. Like CV 0005, sited in a junk yard, decimated by rust and parts
people, the unibody is still there, but not much more.
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