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Date registered: Aug 2002
Vehicle: And what was left was what was guilt was what u gave to me
Location: A cavalcade of strangers came to tear ur world apart
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For Z and particularly for Bandito
Total nut and bolt restored and modified to far above original equipment manufacturer standards. It never left the factory anywhere near as nice as that. There is likely more than $75k in the restoration. The restorer would be lucky to break even even if doing it himself for hobby interests. The '66 Eldo we sold for more was an 18k mile original that had been intelligently kept since new in a climate controlled environment by two enthusiasts. It needed no restoration to be as new. It sold for more and is more highly regarded by a larger audience than that very nice bug. I don't know what you are trying to get at, other than you are highly likely just another sheep that cannot think outside a presumed taste level existing only in your head that you have been told is good by some ignorant from a car rag. You cannot think for yourself and get defensive when someone questions your sheep mentality. This doesn't bother me as we all have to learn. This is your chance to expand your taste and interests.
I could go on about automotive content, but Z hardly seems to understand and with you I give an even less chance of understanding, I mean look at your avatar for cryin' out loud. Sure an old Cadillac, Lincoln, or Mercedes 6.3, 600, orig. 300SL has more content than average, but in respect an old Peterbuilt makes those pale in comparison. So basically a Peterbuilt wins. I'm sure you understand.
Last edited by Shane; 01-27-2009 at 08:12 AM.