1960’s Jamaican Kit Car

Just came across this 1960’s Jamaican Kit Car on craigslist. Another example of a seller shooting for the stars. This is quite a project for the $2500 asking price if you ask me. The Fiberfab Jamaican Kit Car was created during the Bud Goodwin era of fiberfab . It has been said that he named the car after a girlfriend of the time, but I have never been able to verify that one.

The listing says it does not have a title, so that will be another big hurdle for most. Here is the ad in its entirety …

I have for sale a 1960’s Jamican Kit Car. Made by Fiber Fab. Windshield is Corvette, side windows are Karmin Ghia and rear window is Porche. Cougar rack and pinion steering, square tube chassic. Independent Corvette rear, set up for small block Chevy. Fiberglas body.

Yup that’s it! Complete with horrible spelling and all. Not really how I would attempt to sell 1960’s Jamaican Kit Car but hey whatever. Im not a big fan of the Jamaican myself but I have seen a few well done examples over the years. What do you think this kit car is worth? Post your comments below.


2 Responses

  1. Shawn says:

    $750 tops.

  2. Kerry says:

    The Jamaican was named for Bud’s wife at the time Jamaica. Incidentally this is the same wife he shot to death and lead to his own death in prison.

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