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Too good to be true?
Posted by: Spyderman64 ()
Date: January 08, 2018 12:32PM

Could be a scam but maybe worth checking out.

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: larry202br ()
Date: January 08, 2018 12:47PM

Hmmm, what's up with the chain? Image 2

1961 rampside with a 65 / 67 110 engine, car four speed.
Now I have 1965 convertible as well, got it running in June, autocrossed in July 2016 at the convention!

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: FLAVert ()
Date: January 08, 2018 12:50PM

larry202br Wrote:
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> Hmmm, what's up with the chain? Image 2

I think someone is trying to put that beam back on its pedestal.

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: MattNall ()
Date: January 08, 2018 01:06PM

Key phrase.... " started dismantling"


All original and unrestored except for the dismantling we have done





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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: bbakerga ()
Date: January 08, 2018 01:19PM

Not sure what you mean by too good to be true... $4k isn't incredibly cheap for a Spyder coupe that looks like it needs a fair amount of work.

I'm also unconvinced it's a real Spyder. No Spyder emblem on the front fender, the dash looks to be poorly installed, and the switch pod under it looks like it's for a power top convertible that someone stuck a plastic cover over.

I would want to see the data plate, and even if it is a Spyder, I would count on it needing a LOT of work.

Having said all that, if I was in the area, I would check it out.

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: American Mel ()
Date: January 08, 2018 06:13PM

I can only get one image.
Not much detail there. No interior shots or engine.

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: Timothy Shortle ()
Date: January 08, 2018 07:12PM

I thought the 62 Spyder gauge needles were white in color? 1962 was the first year for bucket seats in GM cars?

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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: American Mel ()
Date: January 08, 2018 07:15PM

Timothy Shortle Wrote:
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> I thought the 62 Spyder gauge needles were white
> in color? 1962 was the first year for bucket seats
> in GM cars?



Simple answer.
NO.
Well, maybe for "most GM cars." but not the Vair.

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I am not at the end of the world, but you can see it from here.
'66 Monza Coupe - 4spd, 140 Daily driver beater
'67 Monza Vert. - PG, 140 Daily driver beater



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Re: Too good to be true?
Posted by: rowin4 ()
Date: January 08, 2018 08:39PM

So the car is partially dismantled? Interesting they don't say what they dismantled.

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