listed it on Craigslist, eBay and keep posting it on Facebook. 20 years ago it was magazine worthy, these days it's pretty dated at best. There have been MANY advances since that car was built and it doesn't really have much going for it anymore. As a period piece it's a nice talking point but if you expect to make 100k selling it by name dropping a magazine article that predates the birth of your target audience I think you're pissing up the wrong tree. 15+ years of storage isn't helping your cause either. It's not even your build, that car belonged to Tim Liess and It's my understanding he passed away in 2009.