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<wiping tears from eyes and sewing sides back up Toby says...> I'm gonna have to agree with <hehehe> you guys. I would definitely need more information and a personal inspection equivalent to a human cavity search lead by a DEA Marshall before I would even consider such a purchase <giggle, snort>. All receipts would be a must as well. Amount of money put into a vehicle means NOTHING since it's the market value that reigns (I've put the same or more in my baby and consider her marketable at only $4K-$5K). There definitely is a need for more info before we start getting too mean. I think it would be safe to say that the person hasn't been around T3s very long. A '71 factory tach?... Toby Erkson email@example.com <-- Please use this address for email '72 VW Squareback 1.6L bored and stroked to 2.0L, Berg five-speed '75 Porsche 914 1.8L, ORPCA member Portland, Oregon, http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/8501/ >-----Original Message----- >>>$13,000 for a Squareback? BAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!! >>Here it is: >1971 VW SQUAREBACK-fuel injected 2180 cc, completely restored, custom >stereo, seats, built tranny, factory tach, roll cage, too much to >list, over $16,000 invested, all receipts, $12,950 obo, call Rusty >(619)536-9130 or (619)912-1971 pager >> >He is confused about about what "restored" means. Even if it was >perfect, would you want to buy a "completely restored" vehicle from a >guy named Rusty? :) > >The fuel-injected 2180 cc engine is interesting, n'est pas?