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  1. There's a couple of 981 Spyders on car sales been sitting there for a while, maybe time to put an offer in...
  2. so, anyone on here get a letter?...
  3. And did Damon/Singer solve the 1 year turn around issue (something about the car being out of the country for more than a year was triggering LCT, GST or some other cost)?
  4. I know how I feel... I so wanted to love this having seen it in progress a year ago and never having seen a 356 hotrod that I like, but I just don't. It's 90% there, but as with many things the last 10% is the hardest to nail. Performance is for sure exceptional, but the exterior detailing lacks the coherence of the base car (the headlight detail gives Fat Car by Erwin Wurm vibes, geometries of the mouth and flush mesh within it do not appear anywhere else on it, size of the lower lip, etc...). Look at what Singer did with the DLS for a good example of how to scale a hotrod and turn a Porsche up to 11.
  5. Yep that's where the smart money went πŸ˜‰
  6. Ok, enough cocking about, ETA on when we finally get to see this thing on aussie tarmac? Looks pretty good btw πŸ˜‰
  7. All the cools kids are doing it apparently πŸ˜‰ Bottomline; good ones have reached there lowest prices, they'll likely stay there a long time before/if they start going back up, but doubtful they'll go much lower. Buy now and enjoy!
  8. Yep, I just think you need to be super clear up front. In all my cases when I have been the buyer the deposit is a "Holding Deposit, Fully Refundable if upon inspection the buyer is not happy to proceed with sale". I only have experience with deposits for interstate sales. The deposit secures the vehicle for a period of time sufficient for you to jump on a plane, hire a car/cab and inspect with your own eyes. With this commitment of flying interstate the buyer has every intention of proceeding unless there are surprises on inspection. For me it's usually no more than a couple of days and ensures that the car is not sold to someone else whilst in a taxi on the way to the sellers house. Ask me how I learnt this little lesson...
  9. Walk away. In my experience all deposits are fully refundable if upon inspection the vehicle is not as described by the seller which appears to be the case here (title discrepancies etc).
  10. Having seen it "stored" by Dean I think he's probably not a "paint and body" kinda guy. Engine on the other hand... 😎
  11. Good idea Tom. I think it collected it's fair share of swirls sitting under dusty sheets for the past decade πŸ˜€ Looking forward to see this all prepped for the show and shine!
  12. Bumping in case someone finds one amongst the chocolate over the easter break.
  13. I saw it too on the weekend, will see if I finish early enough to make it out tonight.
  14. Well finally someone buys a car in the right colour! Congratulations and welcome to the dark side, looks awesome. And how novel to buy a car from the city in which you actually reside. Looking forward to check it out on the Bathurst run in a few weeks, if not before πŸ‘

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