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FOR SALE: 1976 2002, 146k miles (all original), $9700 o.b.o.

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I would at least want a trunk lock for that much. And that repaint, good god i could do better than that blind folded with one arm tied behind my back

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Car looks strong, but here is a lot of surface rust hidden. As I said, it is a project car.

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But maybe it has a solid gold crankshaft or something.

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All these abused and neglected 02's... its like going to the dog pound and not taking one home.

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Where is it advertised? Maybe tell him I'm from Nigeria and have a bunch of money to send him or something.

Or maybe ask why he's letting this valuable piece of history go so cheaply? Wait! Isn't that Bob Marley's old car?

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The last couple 2002's I've bought were Pastelblau 1976 models. One more, yeah that's the ticket..

This seller obviously loves the PASTEL BLUE spray paint sooo much, he's got it spread over lots of extra parts!! the steelie wheels, spark plug cables, fuel filler neck, all those parts got some Past-tell blau overspray.. That's creative restoration work!

Check the pic of the filthy windshield, that shows the reflection of the moldy headliner.. at least it's an honest representation of the condition (better than the typical armorall-wet tire used car pics.)

Actually looks like a decent car for a racecar project, if the right price was met. But today you can get a decent E36 M3 for close to that $9700, no way a ratty old 02 is worth that

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