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    WIW - 1968 GTX

    http://miami.craigslist.org/pbc/cto/1755034643.html

    I got some additional pics...the structure looks solid, the floor pans are supposedly good, the center of the trunk needs repair or replace, as well as around the back window and a trunk lid replacement. What would any of you offer this guy? Thanks.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE DirkaDirka's Avatar
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    Is there a way you can post those pics on here. We will be able to get a better Idea of how bad it is.

    Right now with the pics that I seen I would say I would offer him at least 10k for it. It is a nice ride.
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    For that kind dough and I want close up detailed shots of every inch, or a face to face with the car in broad daylight for as much time as I need.
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    I am with Dennis, if the undercarriage and normal "rot spots" are solid, the car is worth $10K all day. If you are not that far way from its location a roadtrip and a wad of cash in your pocket would be the wise thing to do. cash really talks right now in this economy and it never hurts to shoot a lowball offer, in person and go from there...
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    10K would be interesting. That car restored... bring good money. If all that info is true & everything is represented accurately, 10K is a good investment

    I cannot explain this, but I have noticed MANY cars in FL that appear to be a lot less... it is notable. Not sure why??? If i was going to buy a another muscle car, I would not hesitate to look there. Has anyone noticed this???
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    I'd be running the VIN numbers bigtime !!
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