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Started by AirborneSilva, October 02, 2005, 06:58:42 AM
Quote from: AirborneSilva on October 02, 2005, 06:58:42 AM but don't want to bore anyone to death.
Quote from: AirborneSilva on October 02, 2005, 07:20:58 AMThanks guys, and yeah I'd love to find that women who was taking them to court.
Quote from: BigBlockSam on October 02, 2005, 09:50:59 AMthey got brass balls, saying that the trunk was cut out. there gonna mess with the wrong person one day and get hurt. Rene
Quote from: 68-70 Charger on October 02, 2005, 10:01:30 AMQuote from: BigBlockSam on October 02, 2005, 09:50:59 AMthey got brass balls, saying that the trunk was cut out. there gonna mess with the wrong person one day and get hurt. ReneThat's for sure... I can see how the wrong person could hurt them a real good bit after he/she bought a car from them.
Quote from: DodgeChargerGuy on October 02, 2005, 10:43:05 AMTexas Acres has frame rails. Might wanna check them outhttp://www.texasacres.com/parts/metal.html
Quote from: Daytona R/T SE on October 02, 2005, 01:26:39 PMReality Check: Now that the "Save all Chargers at any cost" crowd has had their say, time to face the facts, You got SCREWED, the car is junk, period. If you can find all the parts you need (some are not available new and would have to be found used ) and IF you can find a body shop willing to do the work (tough to do in this day of get it in and out quick insurance jobs ) you're looking at a minimum of $5000 for replacement parts ( have you tried to find a decent 69 Charger fender? ) and roughly $7000-$10,000 on labor costs, this does NOT include the paint job, the drivetrain, interior, etc. If you do find a shop willing to do the work,they will likely have your car for at least a year, probably more - it'll just sit in the corner gathering dust while they slap new fenders on toyatas and chevies every day, when the shop is slow, they'll bang on you car a liitle bit, just enough to justify sending you a bill each month. So now it's late 2006/early 2007,you've just picked up you car from the body shop. it doesn't run because it has no engine, so you have to hire a flat bed to bring it home, it's in primer so you'd better get it in the garage right away-No garage? all that new metal work will start rusting literally over night if not stored indoors. So now you've spent over a year of your time and a total of $20,000, what do you have? A primered rolling shell that is already starting to rust. You'll have $40,000 in that heap before you can ever slide behind the wheel and turn the key for the first time. I get the feeling that if you had $40K just laying around to spend on an old car you wouldn't have bought this one.If you are an expert welder / fabricator / body man, can do the work yourself, have a good sized garage to work in with all the tools needed, and enjoy a challenge this car might be worth doing.I've personally junked cars that were more Rare/desireable and in better shape...Otherwise, I'd look for a different car, and try to sue the crooks that sold you this heap.
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