I would have bought it.
I would have jump on that.25k to 30k Almost fully restored =]. I found one In California for 19,900.00 with mostly all the options I had in mind and the guy said he would ship it for 500.00
Uhh the gas bill lol. But it wouldn't really matter too much because I wouldn't drive it really at all. Plus these cars will always be valuable and they are too rare to drive them. My insurance would be cheaper in the long run. I'd pay 639.00 a year through hagerty classic car insurance versus 900.00 a year on my cruze..Uh, which do you think would've been BIGGER? (A) the monthly finance payment or (B) the monthly gas bill (wink,wink)?
If you don't end up buying it.I bought the cruze because I wanted one since day 1 and I really loved the new modern look with the space ship affects. It was a more leaning to this type of car. I still have buying the camaro in mind. I work with a Guy at my auto parts store and he has a 68 firebird he is selling and he wants me to buy it since all the guys think im Mr.money bags lol. Its fully restored with a 383 stroker motor that puts out about 700hp. He is selling it for 22k and he would sell it to me for 18500 lol.
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