That story ran in ESSES, so start digging. Like I told the kid next to me in 3rd grade,C J Murray wrote:So the motor was disassembled, that's much better than buried like a potato, unless the parts were stored inside the car which eventually became buried like a potato. Was the transmission not dissolved and "matching" to the Kardex? If so and the engine parts were usable then you represented the car fairly. That doesn't make the car worth $14k and the Leprechaun(cute touch) had better have started with an even bigger pot of gold if he wants to have any gold after the sale of his "matching numbers" T5 coupe. It's a loser. Only very special cars should be brought back to life once they get that bad.
Fool still applies in my opinion. That's what a forum is, opinions. When you have the courage of your convictions you tend not to be upset by opinions that differ from yours.
I have been looking for an article you wrote about an early 911S for sale down south that turned out to not be a 911S when you got there. Could you post the link to that here? I would be grateful.
"I'm not here to do your homework!"
And concerning your opinions, I don't think anyone is un-happy to be disagreeing with you, I think people are finding it offensive in your delivery. Like I said, next time you run for Trustee, remember what I'm saying...