Look what this stupid ass did to a Boss 302...

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  1. 88 Fox GT

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    That is so stupid :nonono: i hate it :notnice:
     
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    SuperDave Early-Model Mentor
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    That vinyl roof is way kwel! :lol:
     
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    Ozsum67 Too much thin air
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    That's what happens when someone with "rice" in their pockets gets ahold of a classic automobile. Yes, rice can be established with simple everyday "AMERICAN MADE" parts. :notnice: :puke:
     
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    :rlaugh: :rlaugh: :rlaugh: Starting Bid 14k. :rlaugh: :rlaugh:
    Well some Fool and his money will soon part ways.

    :( To see a true Boss Car in that Condition.

    PB
     
  6. foghorn67

    foghorn67 I'll save you the time and choke myself
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    it looks like a grizzly bear melted on the dashboard. :nonono:
     
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    Yes but at the same time someone as smart as You or I may wind up buying it and bring her back from the dead. Not saying I will cause I have no money and time for that. Too much going on with my '66. I would give like 5 grand for that as it is. but dont get too mad yet becuase it can be saved...
     
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    14k not bad for a nutcase of a boss thou right? With a 429...I mean I might could see someone buying it for that much cus you could return it to stock and it would be worth more and such.......Damn that is ugly.
     
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    Thats where my shag carpet went--
     
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    :nonono: but arent all boss 302's "G code" cars? isnt that the number in the VIN that designates it as a boss 302? if so...then that means he really did bastardize a true boss, and he should be killed for it.
     
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    If he did this to a TRUE boss 302 he should be hunted and destroyed. That's just wrong as far as I or anyone else probably is concerned. :nonono: :notnice:
     
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    There should be laws against doing thing's like that.

    Jim
     
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    Ozsum67 Too much thin air
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    It will always be a has been (or never was). Where is the original motor? That answer will tell you what it's potential value is.
     
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    Bling Bling yo i betz he bez a lukn to ghet dem ho's fur da homslizes n dat piez of ****nit.
     
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    fo ****zle my dizzle
     
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    That's wrong :(
     
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    yea, the g does indicate a boss. i would do some serious checking before i believed it was a boss.

    That velour carpet interior is something else, eh? while i was looking at the pictures the song 'low rider' started running through my head! lol
     
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    This car proves that there were ricers around long before they were called ricers
     
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    :rlaugh:

    "the axle of evil" is nothing compared to that...
     

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