Please do not use the Classified section for discussion.   Replies not relevant to the specific item for sale, will be deleted.
The Classified section is open to any individual (non-commercial firms) posting of items for sale or wanted. Members posting commercial advertisements must be enrolled in a Supporting Merchant program.  

I guess it isn't a Vintage Speedster but a Vintage Motorcar.  Interesting OEM look tunnel treatment with heat control valve and (assume) OEM sliding side curtain (they don't seem to seal very well but it is in Sunny Calif).  Nice towel bars.

Alan Merklin posted:

Nice car! The ad will more than likely get removed from eBay re: " P references .  The glass gas filter we all know that is a ticking clock.

Still up. Perhaps the "P" car police are "working from home".

MotoCarlo posted:

Is that weird ass thing by the shifter the emergency brake?

I think it's the heater control. It almost looks like someone grafted a 356 tunnel in there.

Adding original parts to our replicas doesn’t get it any closer to being an original Speedster. The tunnel graft isn’t anywhere near complete, the too tall heater control knob looks out of place, the over riders, front and rear, don’t look very good at all, and the tailpipes coming through the rear over riders wasn’t executed very well either. The writing style in the ad also gives me concern. Primary focus seems to be  the $500 due IMMEDIATELY after the auction ends with the remainder due in seven days. I think he’s looking for as many $500 deposits as possible. By that’s just me. 

Last edited by Robert M
WOLFGANG posted:

I guess it isn't a Vintage Speedster but a Vintage Motorcar.  Interesting OEM look tunnel treatment with heat control valve and (assume) OEM sliding side curtain (they don't seem to seal very well but it is in Sunny Calif).  Nice towel bars.

Why do you think Greg built it and not Kirk?

Add Reply

Post Content
×
×
×
×
Link copied to your clipboard.
×
×