It's funny, whenever you see a 2600 Sprint for sale it is in that condition, or close to it. The Seattle CL ad says the car hasn't run in 25 years - again, about typical. Dunno what it is about these cars, but they don't tend to get restored or driven.Wow, are these worth $20 in that shape? If so, looks like another model that was, at one time, affordable but no longer.
By the way, that's a 1963 2600 sprint.
...and too expensive! I don't have the numbers, but I'll bet you could have bought a new Corvette for the price of a 2600 Sprint back in 1963....but hard to sell to Americans expecting a hot sports car. It was too heavy and too big
Yea, not me. When I wrote "As unrestored 2600 Sprints go, it doesn't look terrible" I was just commenting on the few photos in the CL ad. Obviously a prospective buyer shouldn't rely on only a few photos, or my casual opinion.fishybusiness said:i should have been more specific; seattle jay, not capistrano jay