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man is this a steal..if I wasn't overloaded with cars right now I would bid on this myself..
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it's not over till the fat lady sings. I am sure the snipers will "drive" the price up very quickly in the last hour of that auction......

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That does look like a deal. But I know that dealer and the other big one in NJ. Bet you could put your feet through the floor of it based on other cars I have seen these guys selling in person. This dealer is the better of the two, but as you can see from the engine shot... their idea of a restoration is a can of Krylon all over the engine compartment.

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Good price at this point, but it looks like they may have painted over the front shocks when they sprayed the engine compartment... I think that's cheesy, and a sure sign that other stuff is probably a bit screwy, too.

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I need to hide this from my wife or she's going to start the "you spent how much, and it's worth how much?" line of questioning.

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