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    Senior Member uptheorg's Avatar
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    Love this -- where were you when I bought my hot rod last year?

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  2. #12
    I've been following Bring A Trailer auctions for awhile. Love how they've disrupted the auction market place with a truly better solution (IMO).

    It strikes me that well done Hot Rod Porsches have done fairly well over there. In fact this one seems like a close comparison...

    Maybe something for you to consider if you haven't already (although I have to believe you did consider it so curious why not go that route if you've ruled it out)?



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    If I had the garage space, I’d buy it in a second. I agree with the previous comment, put it on BAT. It will sell well and the market will speak.

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    It amazes me that you go thru that level of build quality and then turn around and sell the car,,,,,,you're sure not making money on it!
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    I keep asking myself why all the time. I’d only turn around and start another project.

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  8. #18
    Still available. Give me your best offer I got something else in the works.

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    Had a fun 300 mile ride yesterday. Did a part of the tail of the dragon. But better roads off course it seems. Lots of tight 2nd gear turns. The 226 loop is a blast. I enjoyed it going clockwise. Climbing up the turns rather than descending. Name:  C10C3B6E-8592-4D50-A5FB-4A453FD349FD.jpg
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    First offer over $100k gets it.

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