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Posted 2/6/2017 11:11:17 PM
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Hard to believe it's been slightly more than a year since my last post here. MUCH has happened, much of it bad... some of it good. After a lot of heart ache and heart break, I'm trying to get my build back on track. In about a month I will post a video that explains MUCH of what has been going on with the project, and a lot of things will become clear to those of you that have been following the project.

Here's the latest video I just made tonight, with some great new additions. Please check it out and let me know what you think!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YT-s_0HEj8k

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Posted 2/7/2017 10:49:51 AM


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Can't wait to hear the full story. Nice work on the screen accurate parts. My vote (as if it matters) would be to NOT reupholster the seats. They look great as is.
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Posted 6/2/2017 6:40:06 AM
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Hey Gang!

It is with great sadness, but a tremendous sense of relief, that I have decided to sell the MattMobile.

If you are interested in taking over the project, and benefiting from all of the research, leg work, and labor I have put into this project, please send me a PM. I have two separate asking prices. One is for the basic shell, body, tires, rims, engine, and a few other pieces. Second price includes all the sourced, found, and built parts, like the ferarri tail lights, the mustang gas caps, the dashboard panels, the steering wheel, the afterburner, head lights, dash guages and some buttons I have collected, side mechs, etc.

Targeting 19k for the base kit, 26k for everything.

The car is located in Torrance, CA if and interested buyer would like to take a look at it.

I should add that the asking price essentially covers the parts, and ignores thousands and thousands of dollars I spent to get it this far. That includes labor, supplies, rent for my shop, all the tools I bought, etc. Just the labor alone that I paid out of pocket for adds another 8k. If I billed at 10 bucks an hour the price would go up a bunch again. It is indeed a pretty good deal.
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Posted 6/19/2017 4:49:06 PM
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Matt

That is a shame it has come to this for you. But i can understand your relief at being able to move on. It's a massive project.

I'd like to say thanks to you for posting vids of your build, it helped me personally figure out various bits of my build

Price wise I would have thought that was a bargain.

All the best

Cheers
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Posted 6/22/2017 3:42:29 PM
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aw man.. shame you gonna sell it,, would probably have bought it if i had that money laying around and could get it shipped to sweden
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Posted 6/23/2017 4:34:15 AM
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pm sent buddy
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Been loving your youtube videos
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Posted 3/6/2018 3:07:20 PM
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I agree, lots of great info. That's really the awesome thing about this community- open and willing to share information. I'll definitely do the same and pay it forward when my build begins!
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