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Good luck with that sale...
 

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Maybe $75k if it had a spare tire.
 
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Nope, I didn't put too many zeroes in the price.
Probably you didn’t, but maybe the seller.!! High fever makes these symptoms.!

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It still is a "$20,000" coupe. He says he is giving some of the money from the sale of the car to animal shelters. He must plan on giving $60,000 to a shelter lol.
 

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I think he says it all with this gem.

“Let me start off by saying that there is tons of money spent on this car! More than needed.”


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And not one picture of the engine bay, the undercarriage, or a smoking hot woman holding some puppy from the animal shelter.
Mmmpsh. Next.
 
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Paint job to me doesn’t even same that good... and it looks like the transition pan and the left inner wheel well are bare metal not painted!
 

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I think he says it all with this gem.

“Let me start off by saying that there is tons of money spent on this car! More than needed.”


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"More than needed..."
I think this means he paid someone to do all the work on the car...and that someone took him for every penny.

I once bought a car for about $10k, that had genuine receipts for its resto-mod that were about $85,000! When I called the garage if they could send me the receipts just to keep with the car, they said it would cost me $250 to send them to me.
Right there I knew this guy was an AH scammer and the car owner was an inept sap.
 
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