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Supercharged....Hmmmm....wonder if the strut brace and the Bullitt plate is still on it or at least come with it?
 

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Big Daddy said:
Depending on the SC, $30K might be a fair price for that car.

Can you deduct the price on your taxes as a charitable contribution to a nonprofit?
You have to subtract the $$ amount of goods or services you received for your donation. But the person or entity that gifted the car to the society gets to write off the entire market value.

Otherwise, man what a wonderful gift to that organization, that is so cool :)
 

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I wonder what blower they're using.
 

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Bullitt 736 said:
Thanks for the post Steve. That's a good deal too.

Check in a little more often. I thought about you today and saw that it had been a while since you were on. How is the "new" life treating you and the kids?

Hey Charles,

Thanks for asking. Life continues to get better each and every day. My girls are doing extremely well and that's where my focus has been the most. My oldest is carrying a 4.15 GPA in her freshman year of High School. (higher because of her AP classes) My youngest is also doing extremely well in school. Both have adapted well to Mom and Dad getting a divorce, even though mom has been rather difficult since losing custody (something I'm sure she never wouuld have imagined would have happened). I've been very open and honest with them and have spent countless hours with them in conversation and support. Both continue to see a counselor once a month to ensure their emotional needs are being looked after. I'm so very thankful.

As for me, it's been difficult but I wouldn't trade the end result for anything. Yes, I lost a wife of twenty years, lots of money, the Bullitt and a lot of other things, but I got my girls and I'm thankful each and every day that the Judge awarded custody of them to me. The other "things" can and will be replaced some day.

My biggest challenge at this time is the struggle to keep the house. I was awarded the house, however affording it is another story. So far, the girls and I are still there and I'm doing what I can to keep the stability there for the girls. My neighbors have been so good to us and I couldn't imagine what it would be like if I didn't have their support. The good Lord above continues to provide for us. I did take an extra job for several months working from 9pm-1am 4 nights a week, but simply got too burnt out. I did get a decent raise at work and am living month to month, so I can't complain too much. I know things will work out with the house.

I do miss the Bullitt but try not to think of it much. It was my one thing that I could totally escape everything from in and just go for a drive. I have fond memories of all the drives and get-togethers. Some day...some day, I will be driving in another Bullitt.

Hope you and all the other IMBOC members are doing well. Thanks to everyone for your thoughts and prayers.

Cheers,
Steve

p.s. If I get a chance, I'll try to get more info on the Humane Society Bullitt.
 
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