It's an interesting looking car, but my question is.....why? It's not worth what he is asking, as you'll never get it back out of it...but if you wanted something different and had 15K that you didn't mind flushing and wanted to drive it, then I guess it's your money, but it's not something I would do to a classic car. I think they should at least look stock on the outside save a few custom features in good taste, but this is too radical...JMHO :shakehands::gba:bowtie-trifive
I like it for what it is. I mean in the 70's when Trifive where cheap and plentiful it was something to do. Like mentioned I have seen worse and some better.
Nice conversation piece
I would put a visor on it to continue the sweeping roof line out the front
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