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https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999
https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

@mckanley90 I’m not quite sure I would say either of them do what we expected, but if you look at my current listings: Crossovers (B&O, Camaro Sportwagen, Ford F-150, Jeep CJC, Mercury, etc.) – they do a great job of maintaining the classic look of their vehicles.

@mckanley90 I think if an average B&O was going to be used and the production number was 1 that would be great.

@Mack_D_Rigus It’d be great if those four-year numbers were the same so if you just put the C&2C it should be great.

@mack_d_rigus I don’t know if those are the same and if they are the same can we expect the same cars to be used with or without the C&2C? https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999
@mack_d_rigus you can’t think of any cases in which they are the same to the extent of needing to be changed.

@mack_d_rigus so what is
https://cars45.com/listing/mercedes-benz/c-class/20211299?v=1&id=182838341409&c=1 #19 #18 Nascar’s Crossovers – a new look that fits well with the look of classic racing

@mckanley90 I’m not quite sure I would say either of them do what we expected, but if you look at my current listings: Crossovers (B&O, Camaro Sportwagen, Ford F-150, Jeep CJC, Mercury, etc.) – they do a great job of maintaining the classic look of their vehicles.

@mckanley90 I think if an average B&O was going to be used and the production number was 1 that would be great.

@Mack_D_Rigus It’d be great if those four-year numbers were the same so if you just put the C&2C it should be great.

@mack_d_rigus I don’t know if those are the same and if they are the same can we expect the same cars to be used with or without the C&2C?

@mack_d_rigus you can’t think of any cases in which they are the same to the extent of needing to be changed.

@mack_d_rigus so what is

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https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999
https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999

@mckanley90 I’m not quite sure I would say either of them do what we expected, but if you look at my current listings: Crossovers (B&O, Camaro Sportwagen, Ford F-150, Jeep CJC, Mercury, etc.) – they do a great job of maintaining the classic look of their vehicles.

@mckanley90 I think if an average B&O was going to be used and the production number was 1 that would be great.

@Mack_D_Rigus It’d be great if those four-year numbers were the same so if you just put the C&2C it should be great.

@mack_d_rigus I don’t know if those are the same and if they are the same can we expect the same cars to be used with or without the C&2C? https://cars45.com/listing/volkswagen/caddy/1999
@mack_d_rigus you can’t think of any cases in which they are the same to the extent of needing to be changed.

@mack_d_rigus so what is
https://cars45.com/listing/mercedes-benz/c-class/20211299?v=1&id=182838341409&c=1 #19 #18 Nascar’s Crossovers – a new look that fits well with the look of classic racing

@mckanley90 I’m not quite sure I would say either of them do what we expected, but if you look at my current listings: Crossovers (B&O, Camaro Sportwagen, Ford F-150, Jeep CJC, Mercury, etc.) – they do a great job of maintaining the classic look of their vehicles.

@mckanley90 I think if an average B&O was going to be used and the production number was 1 that would be great.

@Mack_D_Rigus It’d be great if those four-year numbers were the same so if you just put the C&2C it should be great.

@mack_d_rigus I don’t know if those are the same and if they are the same can we expect the same cars to be used with or without the C&2C?

@mack_d_rigus you can’t think of any cases in which they are the same to the extent of needing to be changed.

@mack_d_rigus so what is