A pile of Aztec 7

On one hand this looks like a pile of scrap, but on the other hand, it’s an untouched Aztec 7 kit that hasn’t been cut up, meaning everything is nice and straight (no sagging louvers). It also comes with the highly coveted windshield intact, so this is a great find both for someone looking to build a new one from scratch, and for someone looking for a car to use as replacement parts for their own. You can actually see some older pictures of it here which are far more appealing.

Ed had actually bought the car as a father-son project, but then his son was shipped off to Iraq. Four years later, and interest has been lost. Drop Philip an email at mungusorungus@yahoo.com if you’re interested in the kit — asking price is $2,000… and it even comes with a Fiero that you could potentially mount the car on. If you don’t want the Fiero, they might be willing to negotiate for a little less.

2 Responses

  1. Rick says:

    if I had a garage to work on such a project, I’d be down to Fresno this afternoon. Apartment living sux sometimes.

  2. Dano says:

    Were these designed to mount on a type 1 VW pan?

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