Bullshit on craigslist.

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    The seller is a clown...why do you want ac on this car he asks!
     
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    Clean Chevette and you don’t see them any more but “American Classic” is definitely a stretch and is maybe worth $2k and only that much because of how clean it is. My dad had an ‘80 with a stick shift when I was a kid. At that time I thought it was pretty spiffy lol
     
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    $12k for a roller, tho? Sheesh
     
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    12k isn't cheap, but neither is the amount of bodywork it would take to get a rougher specimen back into the condition that one appears to be in.
     
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    That's no '84 either. Has the bumper, grill and dash of an '82. '84 had the wipers on the turn signal stick.
     
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    Ugh !!!, Who would want the tires to hang out past the body, that ruins a nice old truck....
     
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    Imho, it's the rims that make the difference. Back when 15's and 16.5's were common, the Ground Hawgs and Monster Mudders all hung out past the fenders. And it was awesome.
     
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