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Old 12-14-2007, 09:20 PM
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It had the comfortweave interior:


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Old 12-15-2007, 02:38 AM
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-------Jeff,,,Very cool Jolly. Nantucket, M/V, and Cape Cod are my old stomping grounds. Thats one of the perfect places on earth for a Jolly. You may not be able to see Jans seats because of the covers we had made but they are the original wicker as well. Thanks for the pics!!!.....Bill S
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----Lee just pictured a really nice 500 Fiat Jolly. Since I am computer challenged (putting it mildly) I'll send this to the top so youse guys can take a peek at the slowest muscle car on earth!....Bill S
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Love it Bill!! I’m digging the “Buxbaum-Benz” in the background!!
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----Thanks, Dave! Wish I still had it!....Bill S
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---Stefano,,,A floor pan replacement, such as the pictured Jolly has had is just part of a Jolly that most have had done as there is no way for water to get out from the top of the floor pan. No drain holes, so whatever water finds its way under the rubber floor mats eventually finds its way out by way of the demon rust. Jan's is one of the few I know of that has never had a pimple of rust. That's probably due to its early life in northern Ohio, and only having 2,200 original miles......Bill S
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One just sold for lots of money at Mecum.
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One just sold for lots of money at Mecum.
----Tim,,,That one got to (I think) around $90,000. The kicker is that the one you saw go across the block was a made up Fiat 500, not an original Jolly. I noted many issues, too many to elaborate on.....Bill S
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