[DeTomaso] Amerisport GT5-S fixer-up for sale (cheap)

Julian Kift julian_kift at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 3 15:01:13 EST 2011

The fact it is a GT-5S should come into that analysis as it potentially has a higher restored value than a narrow body. I forget how many 5S's were produced?

> From: JDeRyke at aol.com
> Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 14:21:41 -0500
> To: gow2 at rc-tech.net
> CC: detomaso at realbig.com
> Subject: Re: [DeTomaso] Amerisport GT5-S fixer-up for sale (cheap)
> In a message dated 2/3/11 7:49:41 AM, gow2 at rc-tech.net writes:
> > It still has a vin right? If the VIN still exist why would that be 
> > assumed by those not involved?
> > 
> Agree; I've seen guys fall madly in love with their purchase, and restore 
> Panteras that were at least as bad. The fact that it will take a monstrous 
> effort means nothing, really. I once had photos of a pre-L that spent many 
> years stored outside in Hawaii and EVERY horizontal surface had rust 
> perforations- including the exhaust headers. The new owner did hundreds of little 
> TIG-patches over a 10 year period and it's running today. My Florida/CA 'Goose 
> with corrosion from two oceans was probably that bad too... and the new owner 
> says he will fix it. Love is blind- J Deryke
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