I've thought about listing my 996 on BAT. It's currently the cheapest C4 cab on autotrader and I haven't gotten any bites, but 996's seem to do fairly well on BAT.I tent to watch early 996's in general, but this example caught my eye since it's painted in Obin Red. I mean, Arena Red
Nice original finish except for the rear bumper, IMS bearing replaced, and recently reupholstered seats, and enough mileage that the car should be leak free without being too high at 75k. Looks like a nice example of the 996, interested to see what the transaction price will be.
If this is the same Jeep that I am thinking of, it is a basketcase with nice paint on it.I'm also watching the e34 since mine is pretty similar. (except stanced according to Ross) There seems to be a steady stream of M5s M6s and 928s there.
I keep an eye on all the vintage 4x4 stuff with thoughts of buying something out west and driving it home over a vacation and selling it.
I tossed a few bids at this one but it went over what I was willing to spend.
Well if you need to make some room in the stable, I'm more than happy to car sit for you. I've been needing a new weekend car since I sold the E9. SS just doesn't cut it for weekend car duties.Damn you Brendan. Now I'm watching the 510, and it's your fault my wife is looking at me angrily. I've known that car for a while. Spriso is the king in Datsun SR swaps, in my book.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1974-Jeep-C...ash=item2380a7fb0a:g:BqgAAOSw2gxY0uYK&vxp=mtrIf this is the same Jeep that I am thinking of, it is a basketcase with nice paint on it.
No-can-do this weekend. But May 7 I'll be at Sonoma Raceway with TMR.Well I am going to T Hill west with the SS on Saturday. You should grab a toy and join. :thumbup: