Oldenzaal Polaris resto 72 CSi, $100K

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Really nice, but for that kinda coin, would want restoration pictures.

That engine compartment looks original. You'd think going through all that expense, they'd yank the engine and refinish that compartment with new insulation pads (which I wouldn't re-install personally).
 

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Looks very nice, and probably right for the money. It does not however look like a complete restoration as noted, and does not look like they took it back to bare metal in a number of places. Would not say it looks low quality, just not a full restoration. Then again, a full restored CSi would probably demand a fair bit more money. Would also love to see some of the process pics and details on the body/paint work
 

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What if I don’t want another app with a shortcut on my desktop to view google photos?
You don’t need to use the app. Click on the vertical eclipses at the top of google and select slideshow.
 

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Vertical eclipses? It finally opened unexpectedly.

First time I’ve ever seen a subframe bright blue. Needs a yellow dipstick. :)
 

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Unless this car is planning on being driven in the rain incessantly, I wouldn't have put on such painted over heavy undercoating under the whole car. Maybe the wheel wells.

Regular paint should suffice. Or at least a very thinned-down bedliner material and color-matched.
 
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