This car is an eBay frequent flyer. It's been discussed here several times over the past years. You'll notice the pictures this time do not include any of the engine stampings. Last time our engine stamp gurus suggested strongly that the engine pictures indicated a re-stamp. It was also generally considered that the restoration was poorly done, as evidenced by the disastrous locating of the hood diecast...too low and crooked. The chrome trim ahead of the front wheel openings is missing, the exhaust is incorrect, steering wheel is wrong, and the door sills are not painted black. The general feeling was the car wasn't worth anywhere 90K and a personal inspection would turn up reasons why it's for sale so often.