November 30, 2020

The Car History of Alex Beloff III

BOB CHAMBERS USED CAR MANAGER FOR LONE STAR CADILLAC IN OUR NEW 14 MILLION DOLLAR FACILITY (THE MOST EXPENSIVE CADILLAC STORE IN AMERICA) ON NORTHWEST HIGHWAY WAS PRODUCING A LARGE NUMBER OF UNWANTED CADILLAC TRADES THAT HAD SUCCUMBED TO AGE. THE WHOLESALERS WERE NOT INTERESTED.

CHAMBERS SAID, ALEX, I’VE GOT A 1974 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE PERFECT FOR YOU.  RED WHITE TOP BEAUTIFUL RED LEATHER INTERIOR.  THE AIR IS INOPERATIVE, SOME OF THE POWER FEATURES DON’T WORK, BUT IT RUNS GREAT AND YOU CAN BUY IT CHEAP.  I DID FOR $500.  OUR LATINO DETAIL FELLOWS IMMEDIATELY FELL IN LOVE WITH IT.  THEY WANTED TO BUY IT FROM ME.  I WAS ABOUT READY TO SHOVE OFF FOR CASHMAN CADILLAC IN LAS VEGAS, SO I TOLD THE GUYS THEY COULD BUY IT FOR $1,000.  THEY DIDN’T HAVE THE MONEY, SO WE MADE A PROMISSORY NOTE AND I HANDED THEM THE KEYS.  ABOUT A MONTH LATER, I GOT A CALL FROM THE TEXAS HIGHWAY PATROL THAT MY CAR HAD BEEN ABANDONED ON THE SIDE OF THE COUNTRY ROAD.  NATURALLY IT HAD TO BE REMOVED.  I HAD A WRECKER FRIEND OF MINE HAUL IT TO THE JUNK YARD. MY CLEAN UP FELLOWS HAD RUN IT IN THE GROUND AND ABANDONED IT ALONG WITH MY $1,000.  GENEROSITY—MY MISTAKE.

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