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I wouldn't touch that one with a 100' pole. That deal is bordering on criminal fraud.
 

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Pure fraud. He needs to be reported to the Az authorities
From his pictures it doesn't appear he's welded the VIN's into the aprons yet. Hence the reason I said "bordering on criminal fraud". But if they are welded in, I agree with you.



At any rate, he wants way too much for what he has.
 
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The thing that interested me is the body. He says it is a new body. Why does it not have a floor or cowl in it? Looks like brackets have been welded in, the spare tire hold down for example? After looking at it again, it has no engine compartment either. I believe he assembled the body from reproduction panels.
 

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From his pictures it doesn't appear he's welded the VIN's into the aprons yet. Hence the reason I said "bordering on criminal fraud". But if they are welded in, I agree with you.



At any rate, he wants way too much for what he has.
True, but the intent is there and implied. In my opinion, selling a cut out VIN is as close to fraud as you can get. I hate seeing this.
 

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The thing that interested me is the body. He says it is a new body. Why does it not have a floor or cowl in it? Looks like brackets have been welded in, the spare tire hold down for example? After looking at it again, it has no engine compartment either. I believe he assembled the body from reproduction panels.
There's also a cutout for a gas cap on the driver side sail panel.
 

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Good luck getting $6,500 for a shell missing about half the metal and the VIN.
 
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