Sounds like a buy to me at the asking price.
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From: "Randy Trautman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mgs" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2002 7:10 PM
Subject: One Begets Another - Continued
> Well, I went to look at the 72 MGB roadster today. As you may know, I
> already have a 69 BGT and am wondering why I would need two. What we have
> is a willing, but unmotivated seller and a buyer sitting on a fence. I
> the value of the parts, but am less certain of the value of a car as a
> Asking price is $3500.
> Covered with sheets and a layer of sawdust, it is a documented original
> owner 1972 MGB, complete and original including all emissions stuff. None
> of the mechanicals appear to have been disturbed which is rare.
> no body damage from collisions, rust or corrosion anywhere. Only two
> dings and the usual rock chips around the nose. All chrome and trim in
> excellent shape. Dash is great, needs carpet and seat recover. It has
> run for at least a year. I connected a battery charger and the electrics
> seem to work. I spun the engine with a wrench and all of the parts that
> should turn, do. Since 1995, it has had the suspension rebuilt front and
> rear and a new clutch with master cylinder. It needs a new exhaust,
> battery, tires and possible brakes. The original paint should shine up
> She did not accept $3000 (I'm on a budget, saving some for repairs) and we
> agreed to talk Monday. The car is not advertised. Let me know what you
> think. Please be gentle, I'm loosing sleep over it already.
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