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I like how the ad says odometer reading is "100". Does it actually have any gauges left?? I mean, I guess it could be, but sheesh!! That won't buff out.
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Looks like few pickings left, at least anything worth using or selling off?
If RS Gascap also Heater box original, was Non-SS SB or even 6-Cyl. car?

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Has the bucket seats intact. I bet it was a nice body when left there.

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If I was retired and had free time I'd give them $200 and would drag it out there and give it a proper burial. And I'd cut up the tags so they could not be used on a stolen car.
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If I was retired and had free time I'd give them $200 and would drag it out there and give it a proper burial. And I'd cut up the tags so they could not be used on a stolen car.
It brings up a good question that is often debated, how far gone is too far gone? If this was a marquis Camaro with big options and papers, would that change an opinion? I would NEVER attempt anything with this but is there someone out there that is overly optimistic about their abilities that would attempt such an undertaking?
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This is clearly too far gone. Might not even stay together if you tried to drag it out. Can't tell if there is a rear end in there.

Might have some usable parts.

Maybe someone has pics or link to the red one that pops up once in a while, it's pretty bad but at least it's in a junk yard not buried in the dirt like this one.
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It brings up a good question that is often debated, how far gone is too far gone? If this was a marquis Camaro with big options and papers, would that change an opinion? I would NEVER attempt anything with this but is there someone out there that is overly optimistic about their abilities that would attempt such an undertaking?
To some people, nothing is too far gone. But, chances are, they have never attempted to rebuild a total rust bomb like this. IF it was a rare/limited production/highly optioned car, it would, most likely, be a "rebody", which I believe is what the seller is actually selling.
I don't see any evidence of a rear axle under it either. There are dollies around that clamp to the rocker pinchweld to facilitate rolling it onto a trailer/truck. Pulling it loose from Mother Earth's grasp would be an interesting undertaking...and yes, I have done stuff like that. It's the challenge that is the motivation. Go ahead, tell me there's no way I can do that...
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