Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by eg6sir, Jun 29, 2009.
the body seems super straight and rust free...
that thing looks like it has been dry for 10 years.
well, its only 30-45 minutes east of me.. so thats probably the correct assumption.. lol .. i literally live in a desert .. 108 yesterday.. bah!
Buy it, drop a twin turbo 454 in it. Even if you have to mount the turbos where the passenger seat should be.
dude i wish i could find something that old and not rusted around here
Wow, if I were closer I'd jump on that. I wonder how much it'll cost to ship to NC.
not much... its pretty light
more than you wanna spend still
yea.. it'd be like 2.5 times the amount you paid for the car.. lol
I've seen several car moving companies that will load your car up on a flat bed and roll it across the country for $750. Or, half way anyway. Everywhere I've checked pricing on for verious cars have been $650-$750 from point X to central Texas.
300-500 for shiping look for companies we ship cars at work all the time mainly they come to us but we also ship them back when were done some times or they fly out and pick them up
wonder what the weight is on that old timer? looks like a vw rabbit or similer to a chevette
I would have the girlfriend restore the original engine. That'd be one hell of a car.
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