Maybe it's there to hide the crack in the steering box that resulted from parallel parking with those massive tires. Incorrect description aside, I like the color matching bumpers, just don't know how long that paint would last in the real world. With different seats and wheels (I like the look, they're just too big) I'd give it points up on most other series 2 spiders I've seen. Does the auction state the opening bid? I didn't see it.(I wonder if the rag down by the steering box comes with it)
Amen to that. You'd have to "grease some palms" to register that thing in this state. Webers, missing air pump, and tube headers would be a no-no for a 1978 model car.For my money, though, I'd prefer a nicely prepared, stock-looking '74 and earlier Spider.
My guess is that the master cylinder is leaking. Leave a rag soaked with brake fluid next to an exhaust manifold, and you're in for some excitement!Tifosi said:(I wonder if the rag down by the steering box comes with it)
$13,750. Certainly that's < the cost of a professionally built engine, wheels, fresh paint, racing seats, etc.Bill S said:Does the auction state the opening bid?