Old Man with a Hat
- Apr 18, 2012
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- South Jersey
The gentleman who bought the car from Wyatt spent a more than a year going though it with a complete rebuild and restoration. The work is well documented on his FB page, he did most of the work himself including paint. From what I can tell it came out very nice, but after he was finished, I believe, he was offered a sum by the current owner that he couldn’t pass up, as well as the bothersome fact that the car does not have AC (he lives in Florida). I also think the current owner might be taking a loss at $30k, but I don’t know for sure what he paid. This info is extrapolated from the various FB threads and conversations I’ve read, as I’ve been following this one since it left Illinois.The seller is flipping it for $26000 more than Wyatt's prior asking price!
Apparently when someone is being facetious, even when it has emoticons applied to it, it is unknown to the ignorant.ummmmm it looks like it was sold as a turd and some one spent the $$$$$$$$$$$ to make it right...bfd $26,000.00. Apparently the cost of an old car esp the restoration cost of a turd is unknown to the ignorant