talked to the owner a couple years back when it was on craigslist. He mentioned he had an offer for $45. I thought it was crazy money for a pile of rust bucket and advice him he got a good offer. I didn't even bother to make an offer since that was way beyond what i would pay for it even if is a push button.
Can anyone guess at the number of hours that professionals would need to get the body to a paintable state with primer on this car? It looks like hundreds of hours to me.

And to do so would require precision dismantling and inventorying of the parts of the car. Doing such is a project in itself.
Now they are asking for 50.000. or best offer!

I ask for the vin number,he will send it to me if i am interested in the car for 50.000!
No thanks.
50.000 is too much in this condition even for a push buttom.

Kjeld.

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Originally posted by dean:
talked to the owner a couple years back when it was on craigslist. He mentioned he had an offer for $45. I thought it was crazy money for a pile of rust bucket and advice him he got a good offer. I didn't even bother to make an offer since that was way beyond what i would pay for it even if is a push button.
$50.000?
These guys are mad.
They should go back in the forest and brew some moonshine, sorry.

@steve
I have welded some Panteras. Roof is obviously done here. Most of the time also engine bay, rockers, lower front valance, the front as we can see... door sills probably. That is my experience if I see that.


Dissassembling completely, dipping bath.
This is as you said at least a 500 hours job in a shop. At the least, to do a proper preparation for the paint job including welding with tinning.

Maybe if it is worse, you can even say that it makes no sense at all at a shop.

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