So, since mine is twice as nice, it must be worth $90,000. I think the story is an example of the many stories used to scam old people like his 80 year old mother...... "Now see, mom, I didn't get nealy as much for the car as we thought... It's dog food for you from here on in."
He's likely just repeating the far-fetched tales he heard from his grandparents, and believing their schtick that it was hugely valuable paid his local shop big $$$ for the resto. Pretty hard to tell someone that their grandparents are liars.
This sight is great. Even the guys (members) critizing the seller get criticized.
Beat me to it
Wife,........."You drove how far for that thing?"
Daughter,..."Theres no inside and it stinks."
Friend,......."Dude, thats a rusted piece of sheet."
Son,.........."This old car is cool."
It would be nice to have the VIN number and door tag info. It might be a "D" code with lots of options. But then it doesn't have styled steel wheels (not even spinner hubcaps!), so it probably isn't "loaded". But a VIN number (at least the first 5 or 6 numbers) and the door tag data would be good....and more pictures.
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