--- In <a href="/group/virtualvegamonzaclub/post?protectID=081176091165194031138037163108147223078026073009167176013117116131142076083">virtualvegamonzaclub@y...</a>, weennc <<a href="/group/virtualvegamonzaclub/post?protectID=091233212180056219138097203245129208071">no_reply@y...</a>> wrote:
> I have an old chevy vega gt(unknown year) which is a greenish
> with black stripes. It is a manual transmission. The body has some
> BAD rust spots, especially around the windows. The engine is
> I am trying to get rid of this thing and am considering stripping
> for parts and selling it on ebay. There doesnt seem to be that big
> of a demand however. Anyone know what I should do with this thing?
First of all. where are you located? Everybody forgets to say that
and they don't fill out here profile. How about phone numbers and
email addresses. Secondly, how much do you want for it? That's
important. What's the interior like?
Now, there is a lot more demand than you think for a Vega GT. It just
depends on condition and price and if the car is salvagable. If it is
salvagable, in other words, the chassis is not all rusted out and the
intereior is good and it is really a GT - then save it. Try putting
it on Ebay. If the car is beyond fixing, then part it out. There is
demand for parts. With out a picture, I can't say more. Except that,
there are not many GTs around. I'd save it. Go for it!
[This is message #441 by user eaglefish123 on Yahoo! Group Virtual Vega Monza Club: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/virtualvegamonzaclub