Motherfucing Great Deal For North Texas Ot'ers!

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  1. Pavester

    Pavester New Member

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    If any of the muscle car crew needs a project restoring these, you need to jump on this.


    http://dallas.craigslist.org/car/300720883.html
    Two 1973 Dodge Chargers - $2400





    A pair of 73 Dodge Chargers, one primary car (was running great before it was parked) the other a "parts" car (not really a parts car, too complete for that designation), both 317/auto, neither are console/bucket cars. Both have very solid original bodys, a little surface rust on the primary, minor body damage on the parts car. Glass, trim, chrome better than average on both. Extra hood and other misc/body parts go with cars. The Rallyes are not included, but both cars will have a complete set of tires/wheels. This is a steal at this price. The owner is seriously firm on the price. Owner also has a 69 New Yorker with 53k on the 440 for sale (cheap). Call for more details. I will also give the buyer a phone number/location of another 73 Charger Rallye, this one is a 340 Magnum/Auto car with buckets/console, bulge hood, straight body (but no engine, sorry).

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  2. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Ooh. $2400 for a pair of outdated, neglected rust buckets.

    Goddamn those cars would take a lot of money to fix up properly.
     
  3. Pavester

    Pavester New Member

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    but still.....
     
  4. NEp8ntballer

    NEp8ntballer New Member

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    you'd have one for a parts car and by the looks of things you could fix up both of them, sell one, and possibly come out on top depending on the amount of work a person can do by themself.
     
  5. huntz0r

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    You'd never fix them both up.

    Combine the two to make one decent car and scrap the other chassis, maybe.
     
  6. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Yeah, I mis-typed. I knew only one car works. I just thinking, the rust removal and paint job alone would be expensive as hell, to say nothing of getting parts re-chromed.
     
  7. Corz

    Corz ha ha! snikt

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    do it yourself ftw

    seriously, since I learned how to paint myself, I'll never bring my shit anywhere ever again.
     

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