I know what you are thinking. Another Fiberfab Aztec? Are you DT guys huffing paint again? But…they are so fabulously retro-futuristic that my head just about explodes each time another one comes in the tips email inbox. Maybe I should turn that off. Who am I kidding. I can’t deny that the future was better in the past and neither can you, so just stop. The only question you should ask is — why does this Aztec have a giant Mercedes-Benz emblem on the front? Find this 1981 Fiberfab Aztec 7 offered for $6,800 in San Antonio, TX via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1981 Aztec 7
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: silver
title status: clean
This kit car is base on the 1968 Classic Concept car: 1968 Alfa Romero Carabo. It on a modified VW chassis, with I believe to be a 1776 engine. These are items that are new or recently purchase, seats, tires, battery, lights, exhaust and many other parts. Vehicle is equip with A/C but compressor will need to be replace, car has been rewired and use regular car fuses not the old VW type. There were about 400 of these cars out there manufacture by Fiberfab INC. but approximately less than 150 these unique cars in the world. This vehicle has people turning around to see, or take a picture with, it’s a nice fun car but to make it show worthy it needs paint and some other personal touches.
All electrical lights are functioning as they should, including a back-up camera, Barrett-Jackson Classics auction one of the few left about 10 months ago. I’m 5/8 and have no problem driving or getting in or out, but 6ft plus I think it would be tight. Tags are current and it is title as a Aztec 7 displayed on the title, if you have any questions give me a call.
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