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Default And you guys thought musclecar carbs were expensive

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Holy crap. As bad as a Ferrari too kit. Lol
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This is why guy's like Leno have the 3D metal printers. Get one of these rare items, disassemble and scan them and print out replica's all day long. Then resell the original.
I know, it sounds easy and it's only part of the process, but it may be the only way to keep the old cars running.
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