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post #1 of 9 Old 05-13-2011, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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I seen this at a pawn shop and had to stop to look at it. Don't know much at all about the older GTs except they are tough. Looked like it was in descent shape and surprisingly the deck looked good too.
I'll post a reply with a couple more pics.
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Re: Wheel Horse Pics

Here some more.
I think the price is too much though, $1200.

What would this GT be worth?

I guess that slide under the steering wheel is the choke.?
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Price is too high in my opinion...I just sold this Charger 10 for $350 the only difference between them is that the Charger is a hydrostatic transmission and the Raiders are an 8 speed. Price also depends on your area but I would think it's worth up to $600.
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The slide opens the hood, if I remember right, I have only had mine a couple of days.

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It's in pretty good shape from the pics. Some folks put on a new paint job and then they want a bunch of money. What's important is how it runs.
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Naa, I don't know how it ran, it being at a pawn shop, I don't think they'd come off the price much anyway.
Don't need one but if I could get one cheap enough I probly would, but not at $1200.
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[QUOTE=stewartlittle;1708534]Naa, I don't know how it ran, it being at a pawn shop, I don't think they'd come off the price much anyway.
Don't need one but if I could get one cheap enough I probly would, but not at $1200.[/QUOTE]

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Of course, it is an Electro12. I wonder how many of those were sold?
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The slide opens the hood, if I remember right, I have only had mine a couple of days.

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rubadub is right that slide releases the hood.

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