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    FEP Supporter svo84's Avatar
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    Default Diamond in the rough

    Hi All, found this one on CL Blue LX Notch very fixable. post id: 6494636180

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    https://nwct.craigslist.org/cto/d/19...494636180.html



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    With that kind of damage, I would put a "$700 at best" offer on it.

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    For real. There is an 86 Capri with a gt front on it for $1200 obo local to me with under 100k.
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    "MOST" of the panels can be fixed.......

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    Yeah, but they're "
    rust free, with original paint
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    It's sad to see cars like this. Involved in a wreck, then stashed away. It's one thing to have to repair the crash damage, but sitting for 20 years sets up a whole laundry list of potential other problems. At least it has been inside, if it would have been outside it would probably be un-salvageable. In its day it was a cool car.

    I often wonder what finally convinces the owner to do "something" about some long-stored car..... a death, lost storage, financial issues, wife puts her foot down....
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    So much want. Perfect complement to my other 85.
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    I've thrown batteries in cars left in a field for 10 years, driven them out and beat on them for 5 years.
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    I think it is fixable for sure. you have to want the car and put the money into it. picture's don't do the true damage justice. I have seen worse fixed. the prices people are asking for 5.0 coupes it might be worth it.

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    Yup, and a low production color im sure.... it just might be worth it

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