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Old 06-01-2003, 05:11 PM
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I have a 69 firebird with a ford 9" rear wiuth 4.11 gears, chevy th350 trans, and the bottom end of a chevy 350 (have parts to get rnning). i have put 2" drop spindles with power disc brake conversion from stainless steel brake co. on the front. new gas tank(year one) and the origonal interior is in almost mint condidtion except fo tthe dash pad which has a crack and the origonal headliner which is hanging but could be repaired or replaced cheap. i have a new rear frome kit form competition engineering and an 8 pt roll cage, neither are installed. the frame kit has coil overs and i have new shocks in the front. everything is functional except the half-missing engine. it has 15" cragar keystone classics with bfgoodrich tires. the paint looks good and theres no rust but it shoudl probobly be re-sprayed. doors work glass rolls everythiung works. i dont know what else there is to add but i have invested at least 15k into this car and its parts, but i doubt id get more then 12k for it on a good day. this isnt an add to sell i just want to know if anybody can give me a quick apprasal. i can scan pics if anybody wants a better look.

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Old 06-02-2003, 01:59 PM
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Quick price $20.50, and I will even pay cash.

Just kidding.

I would say not running it is worth about $3,000. Sorry.

Oh, ya this is the wrong forum for stuff like this.

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Old 06-02-2003, 05:32 PM
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Scan some pics meyaht. It's always better to see it.
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It sounds a bit rough.3 grand if your lucky.Even finnished maybe only 10k.You get top dollar out of a STOCK car . The only exception is the per war cars.Model A's,B's and the like.
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according to nada-
low-$6,025
average-$11,250
high-$19,400
but it all depends on what their worth where you live. sweet car keep it value will probibly go up.
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Old 06-04-2003, 11:42 PM
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Depends on whether anything was put together professionally or just rigged, etc. Too many factors to tell without pics. I've seen guys talk like it's gold, put their life savings in it and after is all said and done it's not worth $4.68.

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