I heard it was far more difficult to repair the front hanger of the rear
suspension on a Bugeye than on a Spridget, so that might be a place to
Michael Rowe a icrit :
> I have not been looking for a Bugeye for various reasons I have mention in
>the past. But there is one for sale within 10 miles of my house, the first I
>have seen close enough for a casual checkout since I started looking at
>Spridgets many months ago. I don't yet know its condition, although it
>appears cosmetically reasonable in photos and is a licensed driver. The car
>is located in Mercedes/Ferrari country, where people don't usually get their
>hands dirty, and I don't think he has had any bidders.
> Given my experience with "Rusty Rip-off" and sequillae, I really don't need
>another car. But there is a possibility that this one could be a bargain if
>no one is bidding and he wants to unload it. I see a lot of high prices
>online, but few sales above $8000, some as low as $4000. What constitutes a
>bargain for a daily driver and how can I judge that? (I already know how to
>recognize a rip-off in pretty paint.)
> I expect to go see it on Sunday and will have pictures and more information.
>Anyone willing to advise please contact me off list.
> Michael Rowe
> '74 Midget
> Long Island, NY
> Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html
> You are subscribed as email@example.com
Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html