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    If I wasn't in my current position, I'd be picking this up for my next toy/daily.

    It'd make a damn fun CAM-C class car to auto-x.

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/cto/5691660574.html

    1967 Nova.jpg

    To dollar I'd give though is 7500, and thats still a touch high IMO
    Last edited by Godson; July 26th, 2016 at 09:56 PM.

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    That is superb - and I totally agree about $7500. If it was a non-post car or older the asking price would be more appropriate, but $9k for a '67 post is kinda meh.

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    BRITISH STEEL



    I love this era of sportbikes (yes-yes, a misnomer for a tank like an old Sprint) -- the Kawi ZX-7R/9R-inspired windscreen is my fave.

    Should I see if they would take the Daytona + give me cash? #joking

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    Quote Originally Posted by novicius View Post
    Oh man I love that Caddy Stretch limo!
    The FLEE WOO is nice too.

    How do you find so many of these? Do you enter search criteria "Weird, Crazy, Cool cars"

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesameguy View Post
    That is superb - and I totally agree about $7500. If it was a non-post car or older the asking price would be more appropriate, but $9k for a '67 post is kinda meh.
    See, I want a post car. For more chassis stability. For.... SCCA CAM-C class.....



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    Sure, but you shouldn't be paying a premium for a "less desirable" car - paying non-post prices for a post car would be madness!

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    Right.

    I've even fancied the idea of a 4-door, for more ease of use. I'm playing with the idea of using this for a DD when I am driving again.

    This however, wouldn't make trips to the hardware store for wood, etc easier as a, '06 Explorer would, so I'm a bit at odds...

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    That's my one regret about the Falcon. I don't like the way the early 4-doors look at all, so I bought a 2-door. Wish, however, I'd got a wagon.

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    '67 Nova wagons are hens teeth last checked. But imagine that thing on an auto x course or a track day

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    I see your rare as hen's teeth Nova Wagon and raise you a Unicorn's foreskin '64 Chevelle 2 dr wagon.


    Never knew that a Chevelle SS wagon was a thing.
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