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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Budz, Sep 10, 2020.
I think it's appropriate the kid who made the video has a Subaru brat in his profile pics
I wonder if he reported it stolen and filed an insurance claim.
Another Darwin award winner!!
Today's generation, no comment
i saw this same thing happen over a 35 -40 year period , guy lived with his mother in same home till he died . He had a 67 427 390 corvette coupe on blocks in a car port . 100 people approached him over decades , since i was 19 or so myself , way back in he 70's , everybody knew it was there. And so it sat ....till he died . It had much original . But after sitting in the weather 50 years , the entire frame and birdcage was rusted out broken saging , this cracked the body , pretty much everything was shot , where youd have to buy it dirt cheap and still have 80 grand min , needed frame and birdcage. I tnink his mother finally tired of the situation and got 10 grand i heard . i don't understand this thinking , if your not going to,fix it or at least store it properly ...why not sell ...give the money to,a charity at least . His legacy .....being a moron .
I did some digging around on this guy who chews on window sills. He put 12 k into the car and listed it at $7,000 ..... With no title. Here in PA a car without a title is useless. The guy is from scranton. In this state you should get a title before you put the work into anything otherwise it's just a pile of parts. He did get an offer of $5500 but the guy backed out because of the sellers attitude.
In late 1979 I kid I knew bought a '68 Biscayne Wagon. Now this car was so cool as it was a factory ordered car.
12 bolt 3.73 gear
Factory Disc brakes
I wanted to but it form him and offered 3X what he paid for it. He said because I wanted it do bad he was going to cut it up and sure as he** he did just that. He did the same thing to a killer '67 Camaro he has also. About the only good thing was that he sold me all the parts off both cars. That fricken kid needed mental help.
A true 70 and a half!
That would be a 70 in half.