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1937 Buick fuel lines & exhaust system valuable?

I'm working on my first project car.
In general I'm trying to be carefull when I'm removing parts in case I need them, or can sell them to someone restoring a car.
I do not plan on re-using the original fuel lines or exhaust.
Are the fuel lines & exhaust parts for a 1937 Buick Roadmaster valuable to restorers, or can I randomly cut them up to speed the removal?
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probably not

Unless they are fairly new, look good they would not be reused. they might be usable for paterns.
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