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Oh God Why?

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This used to be a Dino 308GT4 before it was turned into a gruesome fiberglass monstrosity. It costs no less than $39,000.

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According to the seller, the bodywork was done by an "Italian auto body specialist with over 40 years of experience," and is in "excellent" condition. We find that point debatable.

The listing also notes, "This car gets the constant looks thanks to its design and perfect paint condition." If you think it is a utter tracvesty, the seller claims, "you must see to appreciate."

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If you speak Italian, you can call the owner Giuseppe and berate him, but we don't recommend it. The car is in Little Ferry, New Jersey, and we wouldn't want to get on his bad side.

(Hat tip to Sean!)

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Rob Emslie

It was even worse at $44K http://jalopnik.com/5832985/for-44000-is-this-308-better-red-than-dead?tag=308