It comes with a custom registration plate

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This past Wednesday was opening night for the 2017 Cajon Classic Cruise.

It’s where people like me wander around downtown El Cajon looking at classic cars from our youth. Some of the cars are for sale, like this 1931 whatever-it-is:

Cajon Classic Cruise, El Cajon CA

It was going for a mere $52,000.

Hmmmm.

Not sure about that.

It does have a custom California license plate which told me everything I needed to know:

RUS-T31, Cajon Classic Cruise, El Cajon CA

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11 thoughts on “It comes with a custom registration plate

        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          Many of the cars are for sale, and those which are for sale have FOR SALE placards on them showing the asking price. Additionally, many of the cars, especially those which are for sale, have the owners standing by to answer any questions or negotiate prices. I stood there for the longest time cleaning my glasses and rubbing my eyes to make sure I hadn’t added three zeros to the asking price………LOL

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          1. Ken Whitney

            Yes, many cars there are for sale.
            Maybe you didn’t spend enough time cleaning those glasses because I’m the owner/builder and there was no “For Sale” sign on this car ever. I don’t know who’s car you were looking at, but it wasn’t this one!

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            1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

              I clicked on the link to your Facebook page. You don’t look like the guy who was standing there talking to everyone about the car. Since it doesn’t look like it’s worth $52, much less $52,000, I’m wondering if some of your relatives/friends were having a little fun at your expense. Oh how I would give anything right now if I had taken a picture of that for sale sign so you could approach your relatives/friends to see who did it. The reaction would be priceless.

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