1971 in dallas NMNA

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    I think it has been discussed, and if seller is Select Classics, they have a horrible reputation on the 02 Forum.
     
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    Same one.
     
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    They sent me pictures of the restoration a while back on this car. While I appreciated the transparency, it was scary. Correct level of work for the very cheap price, but it falls under the category of doing more harm than good to me. I don't think anyone on this forum would want to be anywhere near it.
     
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    better off buying a BHCC car and taking it to maaco and pocketing the 15k
     
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    Not really sharp pictures, but i think it has really horrible welding work, for instance the panels under the seat, the ones that locate the seat sliders. My 7 yo daughter can weld better then that. And she has never welded anything...

    (I'm always a soft and gentle guy, but this...Let's see if I can regain my posture by some therapeutic reading of a few DQ posts....)
     
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    Nothing like showing pictures of someone else's car when you'r selling yours... (it could look just like this)! ugh
     
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    Peter, it probably looks even better than the pictures of someone else's car. Happens all the time. Sure Bud.
     
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    Run away from this guy!
     
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    I saw this car in person. It was very sad to see that the car was basically painted with a Home Depot roller. The body work is scary bad, seems like they bit off more than they re used to chewing.
     

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