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    I found this stuff in my glove compartment, so I figured I would share it with you all. I have pdf's of these if anyone wants them.

    Edit:I also have the complete centurion warranty booklet if anyone is interested
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    cool .. thanks for sharing !

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    Very cool find. Thank you!

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    The sticker shock back in 95 is like today's caddilac escalade shocker

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    Awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by porkchop View Post
    Certificate of origin
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    Misc sales papers




    I found this stuff in my glove compartment, so I figured I would share it with you all. I have pdf's of these if anyone wants them.

    Edit:I also have the complete centurion warranty booklet if anyone is interested
    that's really cool stuff ,that warranty booklet would be awesome

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    http://imgur.com/a/fW0IA

    Im not sure if the pages are in order but here it is

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    Any chance you could get scans of all this? I'd like to print all of it off, and possibly display some of it at a car show.
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    Anything specific, or just all of it?

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    Thats about what I thought they cost. Pretty much the price of a crewcab truck plus the cost of a Bronco back then. Just for "rich" people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by porkchop View Post
    Anything specific, or just all of it?
    All of it would be nice, the warranty info too please. Thanks
    1985 Ford Bronco: No engine right now

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    ill try to by the end of this week

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    Very nice!!

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    Did you forget Porkchop?
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    Well yes, I did forget but now its done. These links are both different ways to view/download the items. For whatever reason I couldn't upload all the pictures directly onto the site so the links hold the complete album.
    Regarding the price: It is a 95 c150 4wd, tan cloth, only front power windows, heated cooled cupholders and a tv/tv antenna combo.

    http://imgur.com/a/KmEQ9 (right click, save image as)
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By...mtCQ1dWd0lrOGs (click the individual pictures then go to the top right corner and click the down arrow to download)
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    Quote Originally Posted by porkchop View Post

    Regarding the price: It is a 95 c150 4wd, tan cloth, only front power windows, heated cooled cupholders and a tv/tv antenna combo.
    Thanks Porkchop! This stuff is all really cool! What do heated/cooled cupholders look like? I've never heard of them before, do they work well?
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    I haven't got the chance to use them, when I bought it the wiring was very scary so I decided to remove it despite the fact that they would still turn on. But it was integrated into the center console with the switches on either side of the cup holders.

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