• I just read the ad and it seems pretty sketchy, like what the hell are the talking about here: "adjustable front disc brakes off of Rick Meer's Indy car."
    And my least favorite thing, "with ten miles on motor and car upgrades." Just No. Drive it for a while, get it sorted, and call me when you've put 10,000 miles on it. Otherwise it isn't worth $10k to me; it is just another not-quite finished project with unknowable build quality.

  • Translation of ad: " Somebody built this thing I drove it ten miles, its a POS and I want to stick someone else with it" or in the alteernative: "Car located in Lagos, please semd Amex money order"..sheesh………..

    And if it's legit the seller is a maroon.

  • First, would love to see way more photos. With all the different parts and modifications it would be interesting to see how it all works.

    Second, this could be insanely fast if sorted out. No smog so the sky is the limit as long as it dives safe.

  • Hmmmm-I found a couple of typos that make this ad believable-

    160-170 MPH? -w/ a 4 speed and no aerodynamics- think he meant KPH.

    Rick Meers? Seems to be confused w/ Rick Mears – THE 4 time Indy 500 winner? But rather off Mr. Meers' car- that owns the independent shop is more plausible.

  • This ad raises more questions than it answers, and that's not the way you sell a car. Example: How do you get a 300ZX rear suspension under a foot-narrower TR6?

    The goodness/badness ratio in this thing might be positive enough to warrant saving it, but I certainly wouldn't throw ten grand at the guy based on what I know from that ad.

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