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Old 11-11-2021, 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by 1ntCobra View Post
When you say "SAAC management", it sounds like SAAC is a fairly large business. But it seems to me that its probably more of an enthusiast hobby for the people in charge and they must have real day jobs to pay their bills. There are a few thousand members and the annual membership fee is $50. Is the annual membership dues collected from all members enough to pay a single person's annual salary after you take out all the expenses for the annual magazine, running the website, etc. I don't know. It seems that registrars like Ned are doing this more for their passion for the cars than getting a few bucks out of it.

Anyway, outside of SAAC, it seems that CompClassics has some information on the lawsuit that got the title back to the guy who apparently bought the wreck. Maybe he knows that timeframe of when the lawsuit took place?
The current owner of the paperwork bought the paperwork and some various Cobra parts, none of which can be directly linked to 2049, most casting numbers and date codes reflect parts that were produced after the fact. Per the lawsuit timeline I would have to check for the dates, the court paperwork was filed in July of 1992, a new frame and bodywork were purchased after the completion of the lawsuit as I have copies of the purchase invoice.

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