1970 Baldwin Motion clone for sale

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  1. MotionClone

    MotionClone Veteran Member

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    I really need to make a current video of this thing going down the road its LOUD.

    Here is a video from early on before it was on the road . It had a vaccum leak at the time of this video but give you a sense of the nastiness:


    Here is probably the first run up the road not dialed in yet:
     
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    Turning a 77 into a 70-73 with rear window and tail pan too! Incredible work!
     
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    Love it :bowtie: I hope she'll find a nice daddy.
     
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    Appreciate all the compliments!!

    Update. Man there are some CRAZY people out there nowadays, ive run into a few who were interested in the car and i was kind of afraid of that. Im trying to vet people for seriousness before i waste time scheduling a look and that brings out the nutty in some folks.
    But i did have a seemingly serious buyer and he made me a realistic offer but I turned it down temporarily holding out for a little more.
     
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    Interest rates are low and you arent too far from me!!
     
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    Ran into the same issue when I had my 71 Z28 for sale in 2019. I had 6 no shows to look at car, no call backs, guys trying to negotiate price before they ever seen it. Even had my time wasted by a collector car company that purchases cars to resell. I've since had a couple of inquiries and I just say no thanks. Some people today just have no integrity and think your time is there's to waste.
     
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    see the same thing on Face Book! Lots of scammers too!!!
     
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    Yea, and I currently have no second gen. :(

    But I have to build and office to work from home and other expenses.

    Good luck with the sale, it's an awesome car for sure.
     
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    BillyDean7173 Psychopathy Red

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    That car is worth every penny of $22K. I've seen some cars around that price which were really slapped together with cheap ass mods. Not sure how quickly you need to sell it, but I would remove the OBO from any of your listings and just wait. A serious buyer that knows the value and wow factor of that car and he/she will come along. It's just a matter of time and patience. You always have to weed through the morons. I have to do that for a $10 part, lol. Never a shortage of wannabees, posers, window shoppers, tire kickers, idiots, dipsh*ts, scammers, etc.
     
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    Unfortunately, this is not a good time to sell what essentially is a toy. Even the fu wealthy are watching their "disposable income". The full economic effect of the pandemic is still a few months out. The treasury can't continue to print money. Your car is beautiful, in my mind it is worth more than you are asking. If it was mine I'd up the price to $30k and list it on eBay. Although I'm not a big fan of eBay, I have always been able to sell what ever I list including vehicles. Just recently I sold items I listed here and Camaro5 that didn't sell but got more cash for the parts net on eBay than I was asking on the forums. You reach a much larger audience.
     
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