With the cam and mods, NO
, $17,000 is wishful thinking on the seller's part. Oh sure, he might get it but I wouldn't bet on it. Once you mess with the engine, even on an ultra low mileage car like this, you have eliminated about 75% of the buying market. I wouldn't consider it either. Why? People think driven hard
and there is no escaping that conclusion no matter who did the work or any claims by the seller. A 2nd owner car is also worth less $$. Why did the first seller let it go with so few miles, and now why is this seller letting it go with so few miles as well?? Certainly not unreasonable questions. Were they both 'collectors'? That would be a long shot. 1,200 miles driven per year
is rather unusual by one owner but it does happen occasionally (look at my SS below), but 2 owners doing the same thing? Again, possible
but I'd sure like some facts and you should not assume
anything. I agree with djfury05's post above. $14,000 - $15,000 offer and let the buyer call you back when he gets no takers at his $17,000 price. Patience on your part will be key if you really want the car. I would not pay his price. No way!