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Very cool,pleased for you.Post up some more pics of the car.
That's great. It must be bring back some great memories.
Great story, congratulations and enjoy.
Just one question did you get it for what you offered in the first place. Sound's like you would need a buffer zone to replace something's that the car need's. Russ.
It is pretty amazing to even find an old family car, let alone get it back!
Very nice looking 69,!
If you want a value you can't put a price on memory's. Hagerty insurance has a value list for car's you can go to their site and see a basic price for the runner. List options and all. If I where to put a price on the car would say about 30 thou. depending on the motor and the shape it is in. Column shift is less money over the four speed manual car's. If it has A/c a little more money. Well enjoy the beautiful runner buddy and give us some more pic's like the in side and motor bay area. Russ.
I can’t see how so many can let these cars go at what I find phenomenally low price. When I read rebuilt better than new with all new stainless hardware and all the hard or impossible to find parts. It’s blood, sweat & tears especially with taking years to restore and untold $$$ spent. As with Russ’ project, I would place around $60K on his when complete. How do you put a price on your labor and sheer determination? I wouldn’t even think about it just to flip, for me way easier to wire a few new houses lol (or used to be).
Guess do what you do well and pay someone to do what they’re the best at. Jeez, just thought of the new vent system put in at Goodyear Commercial Tire. 35 years ago lmao, needed some extra money for NOS system. Extra things-extra money it was then.
And don’t forget the cars done to exact factory standards, like original crooked bumpers, exhaust tips and door seams off.