way way way way tooo far gone - not worth considering at all - I agree - if someone died leaving their imprint on the side, even if it was restored, it would freak me out driving it - just get goosebumps of fear just thinking about it - has to be cursed.....crush it and use the metal to make a camaro.......
madmax wrote "- if someone died leaving their imprint on the side, even if it was restored, it would freak me out driving it - just get goosebumps of fear just thinking about it - has to be cursed." funny you would say that, i have a cougar that my ex-wife/bitch got hurt in. she didn't die but i smile evrytime i look at the wreck in my backyard! <G> now that you have said this i realize the car left the job half done <G>. hawkrod
Yikes!!! I'm afraid that I COULDN'T drive that car! It would be like that movie "Christine". I'd take the drivetrain and put it in another car as well. You'd need 10-15K to get the body back to where it should be. Imagine being the body guy? Bring's chills to my spine!
Call me crazzyyy ! But I'd buy it if Ihad the resources to fix it . I dont go for the Boogie Man stuff steel is real ...first it's a Ford ,second it's a MUSTANG , third it's a classic ,plus fastback ,org.V-8 , I mean come-on!!!!
Naw, condsidering the fact that that car is practically gone on the right side and the stigma of being in a fatal crash, there is no future for that car as a total package, but it looks like the drivetrain and the non-affected parts of the body are still intact, so the parts could possibly be sold for more than 200.