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it has a nice aluminum interior
 

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For $60k + reserve, I'd expect a lot of pics, not 3. They can afford the whimpy cost of additional pics. I'd want every view imaginable. And toss a model into a few.:D
 

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The pics look like a Photoshop job. I am not berating the legitimacy of the sale (yet), but they look low rent either way.

I never understood why people can put that much work into a car and almost immediatly sell it. Sketchy.
 

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i agree, to do a full restoration and turn around and sell it. from the looks of it the guy had the intent of keeping it, but hes selling it!!:confused:
 

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You gotta to be kidding!

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I never understood why people can put that much work into a car and almost immediatly sell it. Sketchy.
You guys really think this guy is going to sell this car for that price?

He is just testing the waters, if anyone is fool enough to buy it then good for him.

From economics classes you learn that everything has a price!. If someone wants to pay for it, they can have it.:D
 

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I agree, 60k is a little steep considering what you are getting. I'd buy the Hemi Cuda that will go up in value, or a more desirable car that one could recoop his money if he tried to sell it. I don't mean a Kadett isn't desirable, but there are thousands of cars that are more popular and more desirable for the same money that are guaranteed to go up in $$$$$. One would be wise to select from one of those cars. The Kadett only has one thing desirable to me since I never heard of the racer, is the engine, trans and rear. I really think that would be the total worth of the car, not for historic reasons.
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