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#24360 of 25654 Re: it makes no sense... [Mr_Shiftright]
Apr 30, 2012 (7:01 am)
My 1987 Chevrolet Caprice Classic had a 4.3 V-6 with that "throttle body: injection. Looked like the shell of a carbuerator with an injector mechanism in the center.
#24361 of 25654 Re: it makes no sense... [lemko]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Apr 30, 2012 (9:17 am)
The Crossfire runs okay once you learn how to set it up but it's tricky to get right. If you're just a "fiddler", you're pretty much sunk.
#24363 of 25654 Re: alfa [qbrozen]
May 03, 2012 (12:09 pm)
The hood alignment, rattle canned wheels, and front and rear "spoilers" are a visual treat. I can picture the driver now.
#24366 of 25654 Re: alfa [qbrozen]
May 03, 2012 (3:09 pm)
"This car is considered to be a parts car that runs and drives."
At least they are honest. I am amazed at how those seats look, they have to be worth something to someone.
#24367 of 25654 Re: Jaw dropper [texases]
May 04, 2012 (7:19 am)
which part made you choke? The condition or the ludicrous price?
#24368 of 25654 Re: Jaw dropper [qbrozen]
May 04, 2012 (7:32 am)
Both the price and just the thought of spending $100k on a Mustang restoration. The nice price/crack pipe listing on another site today is an old, rough Aston Martin. THAT'S a car to spend $100k on. I know, it's not that hard to spend, but to expect to recover it when they sell a Mustang is, to me, nuts.
#24369 of 25654 Re: Jaw dropper [texases]
May 04, 2012 (7:35 am)
I think even at their peak, the nicest 4-speed v8 '65 verts were fetching like $35k. So, yeah, restoring one yourself and trying to sell it is financial suicide.