Rather expensive for a non gt as well. Its a hardtop fair enough. But I dont think too many people who are going to fork out 10k for a 30 year old car will want an xc front end on their xb hardtop. Nor will they be expecting to have to pay for a new paint job and assemble the interior themselves.
74' Sandstone Biege XBGT, 351, FMX, Sunroof, Air Con, Power Steering.
ugh. a tad 'spensy for a "self-assembly" car...reminds me of Ikea furniture. A "yankee" could by a half decent GT for that, no?
Surely the americans are not that desperate, or stupid with their money are they?
Half decent GT for $10K? Where? Most XB GT's that I have seen in decent shape are more than that.
At the current exchange rate, that car is US$7700. I see about $5K in missing parts; then you need $5K-$7500 for a paint job. Add to all of this, a shipping/duties bill of about $6000.....expensive coupe.
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