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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by baldamish, Oct 22, 2006.
ALOT of cars i'd love to get ahold of!!
yeah no ****
I never want to see that site again. I just closed the window of the guy with the strait 6 Camaro that he drove onto his trailer for $250.
That stuff kills me...
A lot of those cars are only worth being parts cars now . Unless you have about the price of a new car to throw at it replacing every last little bit of floor etc ( to do it RIGHT ) . And with the other cars on that site , like the Mopars without frames , it would cost even more to restore .
That is true, but some (the mopar superbirds), if they are correct, are worth over $100k!! That is a valuble car!!
The orange Superbird in AZ , I saw that when it was still running in 1988 on a trip south to Tucson . The thing lives off I-10 somewhere between Casa Grande and Tucson . Haven't seen it in nearly 20 years until I found this site .
well a majority of those cars are in fact rare, and worth a load of cash even in junk condition. Like the limelight hemi cude on that site..........kaching kaching.........and most mopars are unibody, along with most muscle cars of the era. I cant wait, I actually have a good friend with an original sub 40k miles 1970 mustang mach 1 j-code that has been under his carport for the past 20 years. As soon as I finish college, its going on a trailer and to my house for a complete restoration. Theres no telling what you will find in little towns if you know the right people.
I wouldn't say most musclecars were unibody , ponycars YES ( e-body Mopar , Falcon/Mustang , F/x body GM ) , musclecars NO .
All my A-body GM's have had a frame
I stand corrected, most popular muscle cars were unibody.
GTO , 442 , SS396 , 409 , all had frames brah
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