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Looking for your next parts car or project car? Post possible projects here! by 8bit88
Started on: 05-14-2015 02:28 PM
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So it's been a while since I've posted, but here is some intriguing ones I found while shopping about. I only have the details I can get online, but anyone who wants to add on can feel free to do so. (Helpful criticism is welcome) [url=http://www.carfrom.us/REB UILDABLE_COLLISION_1988_Pontiac_Fiero_83101561]128k 88 GT 5spd Salvage[/url]
This one could be an excellent project. Damage is listed as collision as backed up by the obvious damage to the front. Mileage was not reported correctly (or salvage yard put 50k on it ; ) ) Would make an excellent project for anyone in the Fort Meyers area with $700 or more.


Also, a 308 Kit on an 86, 4spd, 42k miles This one looks good, may just need some touching up (or something serious mechanically), but would be an excellent project or flip. Not sure on anything else other than that it's in the Graham, WA area.


Finally, I found a few kit cars and wrecks out there, you'll be able to find those on the website below, but really not a lot out there at the moment.
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