I recently purchased a used Spyder from a guy in CA and had him drive the car to Vintage. I had never seen the car except in pictures and videos but trusted the guy who I purchased from. I had Greg completely repaint the car and asked for input on anything else it needed. Again, trusting Greg's experience and insight, Greg made several suggestions on upgrades and the price seemed reasonable. The whole refurbish took about 3 1/2 weeks and car was delivered to me in Nashville about a week and a half after that using Intercity Lines. I was ecstatic when the truck finally rolled up and when the car came out I was floored. It looked like a brand new, mint condition Spyder. Way better then I expected! The paint, the interior, the engine, wheels, tires. Everything was perfect. I couldn't be more pleased. I took it for a cruise that night and it drives as good as it looks. I spent several hours in my garage putting decals I had ordered several weeks earlier and had sitting in my office. I took it to cars in coffee on Sat and it was definitely the star of the show that day. I want to thank Greg and his guys at Vintage and also Robert Angelo who sold me the car for their honesty in dealings and quick turn around on this project. I highly recommend Vintage for their Spyders they are super cool.

 

 

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Welcome to the Madness!!

The car looks great. Enjoy it every day that you can. Nice job on the decals. I've seen the Pegasus decals on eBay and Amazon but not sure who to buy from. Where did you buy yours and how is the quality?

Got them from Type550.com. They are out of Australia but the decals are 100% period correct in size, color and shape. Ships very fast and not that expensive. I think I paid like $30 or something because of the conversion rate.

a few more pics. I bought the little model on Ebay first, painted the red spears and made miniature decals to see if I wanted to do the same scheme on the real one. I know I'm a complete anal nerd but it turned out cool.

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Unlike the All Powerful OZ that turned out to be a phony, the Almighty GOOGLE knows everything. That is provided you know how to ask the right questions. But then again that is directly relevant to the experiences of the person asking the questions.

Al's right, is there no end to what this collective knows. LOL

That's where I sometimes have trouble, Robert, knowing what or how to ask.

And Dean, you are soooo right!

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