Just looked through your build thread, very clean starting point and thorough build.
How is this not sold?
Now this looks to be a fantastic deal right here.
My Original 1977 Scirocco is for sale: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...n-Baltimore-MD
Well G-fool, I'm glad to see what you've been up to since last I checked your build posts. FYI: This car was caked when I first saw it in Danville, I was out of my league when I thought I could restore this "gem". Randy was a good middle-man. I've picked up some tips from your thread for my next acquisition. If I could pull together 3.5Gs to grab this CE (minus the shoes, the buckets, and the euros),,,, Man. Best of luck, and I hope to see more progress on the sell. And, I hope you familial status doesn't go supernova. These machines are such a b!tch of a mistress.
Jeff, I'm sure that I'll never find another Champagne with as much loving work already done but I'm also sure that it's a good thing that I never came to see it and that it's now sold.
Good luck to the new owner!!
Classified forum rules require that you post a price. If you don't know what to ask, they suggest that you search past FS threads.
So, when your item sells, please don't edit out your price and description when you mark it "SOLD". Rather, edit to show selling price.
Car is currently being transformed from "Jeff's" to "Pat's" although that may never be a reality. Trim is being "champaigned" with wurth, seals being changed (95%...stoopid vents), and possibly a few things to match the euro bumpers...