I agree Gary. I paid 1500 bucks for my tiger... I might go with a 289 or
302... By that's only because I didn't get the original motor with my car ...
If I still had the 260, that's what would be in it. When I bought my car,
being a streetrodder, I had plans for an IRS, mini tub, all sorts of
stuff...then after several years if investing research and developing a new
appreciation for the car, I've decided there's no way I could cut it. Kinda
ironic... If I had started working on it when I got it... It would be all
sorts of cut up on the original body tub. Now it will turn out to be stock
looking.... Funny now people change sometimes.
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On Sep 20, 2013, at 6:22 AM, Gary L Moore <email@example.com> wrote:
> If it sells for 30K, I wonder how much he lost? I paid 5K for mine and
it has appreciated. He had the fun of building it. I just drive my 260.
> From: Cullen McCann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2013 3:30 PM
> Subject: [Tigers] 427 "Tiger" on ebay
> I think most of us have seen the car before. With the extreme nature of the
> car, I know its a controversial machine...but the photos of the car are
> incredible. The workmanship is pretty impressive. I am going to say what
> many of us have said before... I wouldn't cut up a good Tiger to do
> this...but I am also not a purist and thats not a matter of convenience, I
> choose not to be..... I MIGHT cut up a good Alpine to do this though.... I
> have cut up good Alpines for goals much less impressive than this.
> Love it or hate it, its an incredible machine and some really detailed
> item number 121178512992
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