November 26, 2020

The Car History of Alex Beloff III

I WAS APPROACHED BY ONE OF OUR TRUSTED AND VALUED WHOLESALERS AT WAYNE STEAD CADILLAC.  HE SAID, ALEX I’VE GOT A 1972 OLDSMOBILE  98 REGENCY FOUR DOOR HARD TOP WITH COLD A/C THAT LOOKS LIKE A TIME CAPSULE OR WAS IN A MUSEUM UNTOUCHED.  IT YOUR KIND OF CAR.  HE SAID, IT’S NOT CHEAP.  I SAID, OF COURSE NOT.  YOU CAN’T STEAL A NICE CAR.  PUT MY NAME TO IT.  I OWN IT. 

MY DAUGHTER NANCY IN DALLAS WAS IN NEED OF ANOTHER CAR.  THIS WOULD BE PERFECT.  I REMEMBERED FROM THE COLLINS OLDSMOBILE DAYS IN INDIANAPOLIS THAT THESE 98’S HAD A GLOWING REPUTATION FOR RELIABILITY, EFFORTLESS EASE OF CONTROL AND ABSOLUTE COMFORT FOR SIX ADULTS PLUS IT WAS ONE GOOD LOOKING AUTOMOBILE.

PARKED AT WAYNE STEAD CADILLAC IN MY SPARE MOMENTS IN BETWEEN MY CLIENTELE VISITS, I WOULD POLISH AND PRIM THE VEHICLE BEFORE SHIPMENT TO DALLAS.  NANCY AND THE DALLAS FAMILY ENJOYED THIS CAR FOR MANY YEARS UNTIL FINALLY IT’S TONGUE STARTED HANGING OUT AND STARTED LOOKING VERY SAD FROM THE TEXAS HEAT.

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