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Old 11-15-2004, 10:11 AM   #1
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Would it be worth it to pick it up for that cheap of a price, then fix it? I can't imagine it would cost too much to fix it up and to get a 97 gt for under 3k?
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I bet that frame is bent.. 2,500 and I would probably do it.
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That car there needs a hood, front bumper, front left fender, both headlight assemblies, driver side door will need to be readjusted, front suspension is bent up, looks like radiator support assembly needs to be replaced, anything located directly behind radiator has been smashed...you would have to straighten out the engine bay, frame is most likely bent, you're looking at about o...3 to 4 g to have the car fixed.
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That car there needs a hood, front bumper, front left fender, both headlight assemblies, driver side door will need to be readjusted, front suspension is bent up, looks like radiator support assembly needs to be replaced, anything located directly behind radiator has been smashed...you would have to straighten out the engine bay, frame is most likely bent, you're looking at about o...3 to 4 g to have the car fixed.
what he said ^^^
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Now ya see why I want to do body repair lol. I absolutely love taking vehicles like that and redoing them completely and selling them. So much fun. Just the challenge of piecing the car back together.
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plus if its a salvage title then insurance will rape you up the bum
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Now ya see why I want to do body repair lol. I absolutely love taking vehicles like that and redoing them completely and selling them. So much fun. Just the challenge of piecing the car back together.
my girlfriend's dad does that as a hobby, he has a lot of fun doing it and i bet he makes some pretty decent money out of it.
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Yup ya do..as long as you know what you're doing and do really good work
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