My 1973 Csl

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Hello all,
I have had several interested parties who asked some very technical questions. To that end and to prevent any chance of miscommunication I have turned the sale of my car over to Mario Langsten of VSR. Please direct any further requests to Mario.
Thanks,
Chris
 

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Hello all,
I have had several interested parties who asked some very technical questions. To that end and to prevent any chance of miscommunication I have turned the sale of my car over to Mario Langsten of VSR. Please direct any further requests to Mario.
Thanks,
Chris
http://www.vsr1.com
mario@vsr1.com
603-228-2888
 

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I am considering selling my completely restored (VSR-Mario Langsten) 1973 Csl to make room in my garage for a new project.
Couple things. What could this potential project possibly be to warrant selling this CSL? I'm dying to know. And, how 'bout building another garage?
 

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Give you some hints:
Fast, Italian coach built, GM powered:))
I had to free up the cash to make this happen but I still have (2) vintage BMW’s!
Thanks for providing such a fantastic site!!
Chris
 

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Seeing a car like that reminds me of my good friend who bought a DeTomaso Mangusta years back. It was a basket case, chassis restored and painted with body panels but disassembled and some parts missing. Every day, first thing he did was search the internet looking for his parts. After about two years it was all there and he started putting it together. Life got in the way and he ended up selling it unfinished for $4ok if I remember right. It's a $300k+ car now.
 
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