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Some one will buy it. The continuation Shelby Mustangs are going for big bucks at Barrett-Jackson. Seemingly unrealistic prices. I guess that is the spoils for starting your own business and being successfull. I'm just a working stiff myself. I could pay off my house with that kind of money.
You're correct SD64, the Gambler had major cooling issues and could only be driven for short amounts of time. The paint also wasnt top notch, but you shouldnt expect a show winning paint job in a two day period to paint the car.
Oh ya, I bet that car will sell within the first week that its available
Last edited by YellowBronc; 10-26-2005 at 02:29 PM..
Yeah....I seem to remember that Gambler 514 Mustang from the show being on eBay. If I remember correctly, the description mentioned mechanical and paint problems.
the one that said that the car overheated after 10 minutes of runing and that the paint was somewhat ruined in certain areas since it had no time to dry up properly ... but other than that the car was O.K. ???? oh .... OOOOOOk ...
that's a 60,000 car but that's it!!! i watched the show whe n they put it together, there's not that much special about it. if i we're to spend that kind of cash on a ride it would be a nascar cup car!!!!