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What do you guys think? Ebay find.

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It certainly doesn't look restored.... but if it stays at a lower price then I'd say it may be worth it.

I would be cautious with it though. Seems like the seller is describing a completely different car from what I see on the pictures.

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if the bidding stop'd where it is now, it may be worth the $1300.00 but there aren't enough pictures of the important stuff to make an informed decision...my guess is, based on the little i see that there is a lot of rust...

i'd want to see the engine, trunk, undercarriage and more before i'd even consider it

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As an aside, while the car may have been purchased in Germany, It appears to be Fed Spec, not a Euro version due to the bumpers.

Earl

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oh boy!! a room with a view !!

I bet the mice are diggin it to0

BUY IT NOW price is right @ $1,399.oo Lol

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Yeah that "garage" scares the hell out of me. You'll probably get bitten by a possum when you try to get inside.

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it's listed as a Tii "I replaced it with a newer Webber when I restored it in the late 1990's." so... it's a carb'd rusty 02 w/ an interior that is untouched and a mess.

rust........ and he's 'willing' to sell the repair panels.

"I have also have new rocker panels that are still in the box. I got them from Bavarian motorsports, I did not do that part yet. I would be willing to sell them at an extra cost if the winning bidder wants them."

Scott

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It's not a Tii (no clock in dash)

It's not a euro car (sure it was manufactured in Europe but they all were, this one was manufactured for the U.S. market as evidenced by the bumpers)

I wouldn't trust a word the seller said, he apparently knows nothing or is purposely deceptive. Either way you lose. Run away!

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Run, don't walk!

I will bet you can see the ground in several different spots.

If you are not going to personally inspect it, i would say NO!

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the headlights look shiny.

That's it I'm buying it. 4k. :D

Seriously I shouldn't be making fun of it given the fact that I have a complete overprized rust bucket which used to be a tii transplanted into a regular coupe body. (And was sold as a tii)

But anyway its fun.

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Why is the car advertised for sale in Pennsylvania but has Oregon plates and looks to be photographed there also?

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