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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Bump.

$31,000 or best reasonable offer
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Oh my

Beautiful car... you should address some of the cons.
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Beautiful car... you should address some of the cons.
Thanks! Will do this weekend.

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The tachometer/speedometer issue has been resolved.

The small rock chips on the front bumper have been fixed.

Brand new rear tires. AD07.




Bump. Car is in great shape now.

$31,000 OBO

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GLWTS.
I've been looking at this one since it got posted, would've probably gotten it (since I love the color and it has some of the upgrades I'd get anyway) if a good deal hadn't popped up before you fixed the issues.
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Sorry to derail but how did you fix the chips? I have a nasty chip on mine on the access panel near the windshield that I would like repaired. Just take it to an auto body shop?
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Sorry to derail but how did you fix the chips? I have a nasty chip on mine on the access panel near the windshield that I would like repaired. Just take it to an auto body shop?
The guy I bought it from included a small can of touch up paint, so I was able to do it myself. It's noticeable if you're looking for it, but otherwise you wouldn't see it.

Body shop would be best for a more visible part of the car or a worse chip. Mine were surface level, nothing that needed any filling like bondo.
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