Is this muscle car site real? Somebody please help me?
If it sounds too good to be true.... it usually is... I have seen many SS chevys at the car shows in the car corral for sale that were not real SS's but clones. When people decorate a plain jane to look like a SS alot of them will forget the finer details and if you know what you are looking for you will spot it right away. Alot of people also try to unload cars that are worthless or complete money pits so they can begin a better project, and the way they do it is by bragging the car up by pretending that they don't know what they are talking about.. Ex: This car is kinda rusty, has been sitting in the garage a long time partially disassembled, has a odd looking shifter that says hursht (on purpose misspelling) or something like that and there is a old motor sitting next to it, I think something is missing though as the spark plug wires go through the valve cover...... If it's too good to be true, more than likely they are trying to burn you.