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From a year or so back. Then it had rear seats made out of wood. I think they're probably still under that hastily applied vinyl covering. But don't forget, 'all seats are excellent and float in a sea of new black carpet' LOL. Lots of things to talk about with this car, but I'll just ask one question. Are those screwed on amber lights under the dash bezel the turning signal indicators?

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"experimental faux alligator vinyl inserts" :ROFLMAO:

That car is, and always will be, an absolute roach. The only worth this car has is some sort of donor for somebody fixing a car with extensive rot and just needs something to remove sheetmetal from.

EDIT: I take that back. I just saw the underside of the car and it is just as awful as the top.
 

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"Gaps are fairly well aligned"





I have to give credit to whoever wrote the ad for that car: doing it with a straight face and a lot of creative freedom took more skill than whoever built this monstrosity.
 

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All that work and no transfer case...smh
 

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From a year or so back. Then it had rear seats made out of wood. I think they're probably still under that hastily applied vinyl covering. But don't forget, 'all seats are excellent and float in a sea of new black carpet' LOL. Lots of things to talk about with this car, but I'll just ask one question. Are those screwed on amber lights under the dash bezel the turning signal indicators?

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You suck. Some things can't be unseen!!! :ROFLMAO:
 

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It gets worse the farther you go in the pictures... You can see the wooden backseat is still there from the trunk picture, and the floor is nothing but flat steel (uncoated) and strap steel. They should at least rattlecan the underside from all angles instead of just from the back too :ROFLMAO:
 

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I guess I'm lucky I can't see the ebay ad judging from the comments. My computer has ebayitus. If I click on something for ebay my computer goes to a blue screen announcing it is shutting down and restarting. While I hate that, maybe it's a good thing. My old laptop was doing that and after awhile it cured itself. Don't know what the problem is with ebay and the computer but no other problem elsewhere. Maybe the Covid vaccine will cure it(LOL).
 

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Those pictures make it seem fake, or like a toy, weird.

That steering column will be sure to go right through you in a wreck.
 

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that is the first time i have seen a single reservoir master cylinder on a disc brake setup.

and my brother complained about how my headliner turned out? geez...

does look like some new parts on this beast, surprisingly.

-Rusty
 

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Can that even be legit? If it is the previous owner was definitely a non smoker with the ash tray delete.
 

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I am thinking this would be fun to cruise and get reactions
 

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I am thinking this would be fun to cruise and get reactions
Not sure I want to ride in that beast. At least not very fast.
 

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it is only $25,900 on their website where is your sense of adventure!
 

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the Nova “donk” is back!

“New headliner just installed nice and tight”.....

Sooo much wrong with this car!!!
 

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what. the. f?
I don't think that this place is doing themselves any favours by selling this....thing.... on their site, and trying to keep a straight face while describing it. Most people that have an ounce of sense would be wary of ANY vehicle that this company sells, promotes, posts, etc. Whoever did the work needs to put away the red spray cans, the angle iron from the shelving unit that now only has three legs, the crusted up sheet metal from behind the shop, and any more discarded water pressure or propane tanks and pick up a new hobby. I think rock collecting is a good choice... it'll match the ones in their head. A turd is a turd. Don't try to polish it up, you'll get covered in $hit if you do.
 
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