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Hello everyone. Ive been looking for a 2002 for a while, I have a '71 but too much rust. I found this today in an online auction for dealers and was wondering if anyone knows about this car?

how much do you think its worth at this conditon?

I am going to my body shop tomorrow to see if it is fixable? (meaning cut my cars rear end ant attach it to this

to me the car looks clean,

just a few questions with the captions of the pics.

please let me know what you think

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE

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Not a Tii nose panel among many other things not being original.

Check the VIN # to confirm it is a Tii and proceed with caution.

Online brokers who deal with wrecks usally have no idea what the car is about. They only go on market values for cars far better than what they are peddling.

If it is a tii in this condition without any other confirmed information on mechanicals and service records, etc... $1,000.00 at best IMHO.

Nice wheels though!

for a few dollars more and far less of a headache, you can find one in good condition without a salvage title and who knows what.

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If you could get it cheap and pull some of the parts it might be worthwhile. However, grafting a new rear end to it sounds very expensive and I have a hard time imaging it would ever be "right." Plus, you'll always have that salvage title which will keep the resale down. I'd say that if you can afford to fix this thing, you can afford to buy something that doesn't need fixing.

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Man, look at those seats!!!

Meaning they are bad?? Because I have a clean set of Recaros waiting to be used...

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Buy it cheap, find a good shell and move all the parts into it and take a sawzall to the rest. Make sure you cut the bracket out of the inner fender where the tii air cleaner mounts are and move those to your shell as well. If you have a 30-35 year old car, trust me, you will need a parts car. Just my 02. cents worth

G-man

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Man, look at those seats!!!

Meaning they are bad?? Because I have a clean set of Recaros waiting to be used...

Well, the driver side is a little torn, but those seats look super comfortable!

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and

1. There's a local vocational school that teaches auto body in the evenings and they let you work on your own car

2. You have a source of parts to replace the scrunched sheet metal.

Might be an interesting project for ya...

mike

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