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    Supercharged Blue White GTS on Bring A Trailer

    @9literviper 2013 track car, 2016 ACR, 1996 GTS, 2001 RT/10, 2003 SRT/10

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    58,000 miles and supercharged. It'll be interesting to see where this one falls in the spectrum. I wonder if BAT will still bring good money for it since it's a modified driver and not really a collector.
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    At nearly $40K already with 7 days to go it seems like stupid money for that car. It's not because of the miles or the mods but because that is one rough car. Not much on it is in good shape. Going to take a fair amount of money to get it nice again.

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    Doesn’t seem that rough to me. Needs a dash and has corrosion on the sills, which they all get.

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    Car has certainly been driven! Dash is F@CKED, must have been all that Armor All.. LOL..
    96 GTS (# 33, Bone Stock), 66 Mustang Convertible, 66 Mustang Hardtop, 69 Corvette Roadster

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    At least it has both the frame recalls done properly. My dash has chalky spots on it and it's never had a single drop of protectant applied.
    96 GTS. Viper Days Modified Class. Fresh motor 10-2020!

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAFPILOT View Post
    Doesn’t seem that rough to me. Needs a dash and has corrosion on the sills, which they all get.
    You may be right. I just can't get passed using what looks like a wood screw to hold on the least expensive part of the interior (door cup) vs just replacing it. Now they cracked the door panel piece too. I just see stuff like that, how far they let the dash and sill corrosion go and assume they could give two S*%t's about the car and probably didn't take care of the more difficult stuff to do. I could be total wrong though.

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    That car looks rough. I guess all the non junky ones have already been sold.
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    Still sitting at $40k. I'm guessing it'll do that until the final day.
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    I can re-finish the dash
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