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    carpet cleaning
  • Carpet cleaning, for beautification, and the removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern.

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    tacoma wa
  • Tacoma (, ) is a mid-sized urban port city in and the county seat of Pierce County, Washington, United States. The city is on Washington's Puget Sound, southwest of Seattle, northeast of the state capital, Olympia, and northwest of Mount Rainier National Park.











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South Tacoma (WA) (Images of America)


South Tacoma (WA) (Images of America)



Nestled snuggly against Lakewood on the southern side of Tacoma, South Tacoma is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of old and new. What was once a prairie where elk and deer roamed was first called Excelsior, later renamed Edison, and finally became known as South Tacoma in 1895. Beginning in the mid-1800s, the area was comprised of cemeteries used to bury Tacoma's deceased, but in 1890, Northern Pacific Railway made the monumental decision to move its railroad shops from downtown Tacoma to this prime prairie land south of the city. The community has evolved since these beginnings into a contemporary, vital addition to the city of Tacoma. Boasting third-, fourth-, and fifth-generation families and many family-owned businesses, South Tacoma is a small city within a big city, and its citizens are committed to maintaining its unique character for posterity.










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1963 Shelby Cobra




1963 Shelby Cobra





Sold $467,500

Chassis no. CSX2080
The fifth 289 Cobra built, CSX 2080 was purchased new from Mallon Motors (Tacoma, WA) by David Goodsen in October of 1964. Four years later Goodsen had the Cobra repainted, he also added a hood scoop and headers from Shelby Automotive, and side louvers from AC Cars to assist with cooling. He kept exceptional records and everything has been documented in a binder which will be available for viewing at the auction. Goodsen sold CSX 2080 for $20,000 in 1978 with just over 60,000 miles to a dealer in Arizona. Shortly thereafter it was sold to Jim Southard, the dealer responsible for creating the first Cobra craze. The next owner, contrary to the SAAC Registry was not William Thaygard (Marathon, FL). CSX 2080 was acquired by Carl Lee Windham in 1981 after he borrowed $30,000 in gold coins from his father (albeit to some objection) which he traded for the Cobra.

Discovered complete with its original drivetrain, dashboard, wire wheels, air cleaner, carburetor, and intake manifold, this 289 Cobra also sports most of it original carpeting and carries its original seats as well as its original top and tonneau cover. The engine bay remains virtually untouched and features its original relays and wiring harness. Also included are original factory side curtains, an original factory hardtop, and an original owners manual. In order to make the car road ready, a new radiator and hoses have been added, and a complete mechanical restoration has been performed with close attention paid to preserving its original condition.

CSX 2080 is a true “barn find” matching numbers example, that is now in excellent running and driving condition and benefits from having only two private owners from new. Parked since 1981, it has only recently resurfaced and shows just over 68,000 original miles. It remains an exceptional example with a well documented history and as such we invite a closer inspection of what could be one of the last true “barn find” Cobras.
available for viewing at the auction. Goodsen sold CSX 2080 for $20,000 in 1978 with just over 60,000 miles to a dealer in Arizona. Shortly thereafter it was sold to Jim Southard, the dealer responsible for creating the first Cobra craze. The next owner, contrary to the SAAC Registry was not William Thaygard (Marathon, FL). CSX 2080 was acquired by Carl Lee Windham in 1981 after he borrowed $30,000 in gold coins from his father (albeit to some objection) which he traded for the Cobra.

Discovered complete with its original drivetrain, dashboard, wire wheels, air cleaner, carburetor, and intake manifold, this 289 Cobra also sports most of it original carpeting and carries its original seats as well as its original top and tonneau cover. The engine bay remains virtually untouched and features its original relays and wiring harness. Also included are original factory side curtains, an original factory hardtop, and an owners manual. In order to make the car road ready, a new radiator and hoses have been added, and a complete mechanical restoration has been performed with close attention paid to preserving its original condition.

CSX 2080 is a true “barn find” matching numbers example, that is now in excellent running and driving condition and benefits from having only two private owners from new. Parked since 1981, it has only recently resurfaced and shows just over 68,000 original miles. It remains an exceptional example with a well documented history and as such we invite a closer inspection of what could be one of the last true “barn find” Cobras.











Tacoma, WA Glass Museum Bridge of Glass




Tacoma, WA Glass Museum Bridge of Glass





These roof panels were created by master craftsman Dale
Chihuly for the museum









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carpet cleaning tacoma wa




Tacoma's Wright Park (WA) (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))






The origins of Wright Park date to 1886, when the Tacoma Land Company the real estate agency of the Northern Pacific Railway donated 27 acres of land to the newly incorporated and booming young railroad town of Tacoma on the condition that it become a city park. A hilly, logged, and brambly parcel of land, the acreage was nonetheless enthusiastically received by citizens of Tacoma. Named in honor of Charles Barstow Wright, the president of the Tacoma Land Company, Wright Park and its surrounding streets and avenues soon became the early address of distinction for Tacoma's grand residences as well as many educational, religious, and medical institutions. Now, more than a century later, Tacoma's landmark Wright Park is the recipient of renewed citizen investment and appreciation, as this photographic retrospective demonstrates.










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