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#24562 of 25638 Re: AAAAAAA!!! [lemko]
Aug 01, 2012 (3:10 pm)
Maybe that Shelby GT350 is some kind of clone/custom or tribute car. I saw a couple pics of a white Mustang labeled "gt350" on their web site and it doesn't look real to me. Could be a different car, but...
#24563 of 25638 Re: AAAAAAA!!! [omarman]
Aug 01, 2012 (9:04 pm)
that is not a wealthy area (far from it) so odds are there were not any 200K classics in there.
#24564 of 25638 Re: AAAAAAA!!! [fintail]
Aug 02, 2012 (7:30 am)
Damn dirty apes!
#24565 of 25638 Re: AAAAAAA!!! [omarman]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Aug 02, 2012 (9:34 am)
Oh didn't see the '61 Caddy--that's too bad as well.
Aug 04, 2012 (9:29 am)
Hmmm....didn't see much I'd like to own except the '35 Riley Special. I"m sure the early Fords will sell, but some of the cars listed are just old used cars--money pits of no real interest.
#24569 of 25638 Re: museum cars [Mr_Shiftright]
Aug 04, 2012 (11:29 am)
Maybe nothing super fun, but lots of weirdos. I like the veteran material. A lot of the prewar American stuff is export model, which is historically interesting esp when they have local bodies (like the 32 Ford and 38 Chrysler). I love the weird Adler, which is a rare "Stromform" model and I bet will bring more than estimate. Condition isn't great on most, but that's typical for an old school museum - barn finds with 50 year old paint jobs.
#24570 of 25638 I was at this place over the weekend
Aug 06, 2012 (7:39 am)
Wirewheel.com I was there with a guy who wanted the Intermechanica 356. It was a decent car, but I'd rather have a real Porsche for $14K. Pretty much all the cars were just drivers with a few scratches and bruises, which was nice because they didn't mind if you climbed all over their race cars to sit in them.
#24571 of 25638 Re: I was at this place over the weekend [lemmer]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Aug 06, 2012 (4:37 pm)
yeah, it sounds like a VW, and there's that big ugly hump in the floor, which the original doesn't have. But really, not a bad toy for $14K and replacing the VW engine when (not if) it blows up is a whole lot cheaper than replacing the porsche engine if it ever (not whem) blows up.