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Old 08-27-2014, 09:07 AM   #11
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god that looks horrible
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Old 08-27-2014, 11:49 AM   #12
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Op is in CA, where EVERYTHING is over priced. That car would go for 11k easily, especially in Southern Ca or the Bay Area.
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Eek, that car is ROUGH. I honestly wouldn't give him anymore than 5k. It needs a ton of work and I am not sure how mechanically savvy you are? Meaning how much DIY could you handle? If not it will be a true money pit.
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The flared wheel wells and metal flake color look like a guy up the street from me when I was in high school. I just don't remember if it was a 66. Is it southern Cali?
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I know the flares SUCK! if they weren't on the car i would have it in my garage by now, but c'mon i see ones on ebay just the semi rusty rolling shell going for 10k im just trying to figure out if i spend 7k on it get it home throw 2k into it and loose interest.... can I get my money back outta it? i mean it comes with ALL the parts, some new parts, and a what he said to be original 289, and 4 speed transmission
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The flared wheel wells and metal flake color look like a guy up the street from me when I was in high school. I just don't remember if it was a 66. Is it southern Cali?
No i actually moved out here to Dallas about 10 Months ago from a small town in central california (Porterville) an hour north of Bakersfield
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I know the flares SUCK! if they weren't on the car i would have it in my garage by now, but c'mon i see ones on ebay just the semi rusty rolling shell going for 10k im just trying to figure out if i spend 7k on it get it home throw 2k into it and loose interest.... can I get my money back outta it? i mean it comes with ALL the parts, some new parts, and a what he said to be original 289, and 4 speed transmission
See if he will take 5 or 6K for it and replace rear quarters which will cost probably a grand in labor and $400 in parts. Fun project!

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Old 08-27-2014, 09:53 PM   #18
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i like flares. but smaller like this 1.5 inch flare

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although id rock out these too


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