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Thread: A-mod car for sale

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    How much are you asking? I am just a little interested since I have just started looking for a car, but I was wondering.

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    I was also. If you have already sold it how much could you build one for?
    "A woman is a lot like a beer, they look good, smell good, and you would run over your own mother to get one." Homer Simpson


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    He posted this last year.....don't count on it still being avalible.

    Brent

    www.ucalgary.ca/fsae
    University of Calgary
    2001-2004

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    i agree but i would like to know how much those things cost
    "A woman is a lot like a beer, they look good, smell good, and you would run over your own mother to get one." Homer Simpson


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    you are asking how much the thing costs? have you no experience with motorsport! take the amount of spare money you have, your life savings, and the amount you can get from pawning everything from the tv to your grandmothers dentures. then you have the precise amount that an a-mod would cost.

    - this has been yet another productive and well informed post from gugedy.
    - ARC '04 member (now retired ) - Bling Bling Competition winners FSAE-A '04 (and design winners)

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    THe car isn't sold yet. Awhittle lives fairly close to Rolla, and brought his A-MOd to one of our drive days about a month ago. I drove it- its pretty quick.
    There are a few pictures of it on our website. Its in the UMR-UMC-UIUC Kart Track Challenge category in the picture Library.

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    Matt Giaraffa
    Missouri S&T (UMR) FSAE 2001 - 2005

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    Yes I do still own it and my 16 yr old drove it just this last weekend. I guess it is still for sale as most anything is given the right offer.

    Re: the price to build...I bet $40000-60000 if you were buying the labor and parts. I built it at home and did not keep the bills. I took many of the parts from previous cars.

    Andy

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