Scott:  I built and sold one that had the same color combo last year. I'm now doing another classic speedster with the same Seal Grey exterior but with black carpet w/ red seats and matching door panels.

 
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If you notice, that car is listed by a dealer and they pay thousands of dollars a year to be in the eBay dealer plan.  Somehow, they seem to be immune to the issue of posting replicas with Porsche emblems and the word Porsche in their ads. 

Scott Boyd posted:

Is it possible this is the one you built and sold last year?

No but  it's similar. I copied the first Seal Grey from Hubbard Motors site, not knowing at the time that Hubbard buy turn keys from Greg at Vintage Motorcars. The Seal Grey with baseball interior is very popular. The one I am doing now has black carpet with red vinyl that interior combo should have some eye appeal. Mine doesn't have the nicely drilled hood hinges, radio or frunk carpet as Hubbard's does but my price will be many thousands less .

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I watched the last few minutes of the eBay auction and the car ended up selling for $39,113.  The winning bidder was in a bidding war with a bidder who only had one feedback .  That same bidder began bidding several days ago when the bidding was at $24,000 and was responsible for driving the bid all the rest of the way up to the final price of $39,113.  There were no other bidders once it reached $36,000.  Never trust a bidder with only one eBay feedback! Bids

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