Might be a good price for someone in the area It is no reserve selling today Monday at 6,600 which seems to me to be low
A little caution about buying a car that is near the Toms River area. That area was ground zero for the Superstorm Sandy. Now note that not all cars were affected but most became victim to Superstorm Sandy. There could be saltwater water damage. Hundreds of cars were hauled off to the crusher for that reason. The buyer may want to ask that question before bidding.
It's up to $6800 right now, with 18 minutes left. Looks like that Burgundy paint job wasn't done with that famous Valspar Paint plus Primer in one!!
JTS, gonna be a nice little car for someone at that price, IF like Will said it wasn't damaged by Sandy.
Without looking at it in person it looks like a very good buy. No high water mark on the upholstery, so if it hasn't been reupholstered after Sandy it may have sat protected in a non flooded area.
Do the fenders look weird to ya'll? I don't know much about the 26-27's but those fenders don't look right to me. It looks really nice and clean inside though.
If it's as good as it looks in the pictures, the buyer got a great deal.
it is sold. The fenders look as if they are fiberglass.
The fenders looks OK to me, just old cracked paint and a dent on the LH front fender?
Try to sell one for that around here. On the other hand, try to build one for that. The hard work doesn't pay off but then you can't beat the fun.
Any one notice that it has the narrow pedals? It should have the wide clutch and brake. Jim
Hmmm,.....I thought '26's still had an NH Holley and not a vaporizer like this one.