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KANE

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Very nice, but he sure is proud of it - seems overpriced by about $8K. :eyerole

I agree- 8 g's is a little high- that is what I paid for my '80!:L
 

IH2LOSE

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1966,and a 1962 thats almost complete
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Z28Canuck

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Getting the bug again?

I thought the same thing right away too Larry and of course you guys recognize the signs immediately don't you ;) ;LOL . "Could this be the start of another wonderful project Gary?" We all hope so for your sake
:upthumbs
Doug
 
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studiog

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I thought the same thing right away too Larry and of course you guys recognize the signs immediately don't you ;) ;LOL . "Could this be the start of another wonderful project Gary?" We all hope so for your sake
:upthumbs
Doug

Hi Doug. How you doing? I am casually looking. I am starting to look now because I seem to move so slow in my old age that it takes allot of time to get the wheels turning. ;LOL
 

Tom Bryant

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I agree with John. That does seem to be about triple what it should be worth. I'm at a loss to see how you could put $25,000. into a solid axle chassis without an engine and transmission. Those parts just don't cost that much and with a solid frame there is only so many hours of labor required to get it in this condition.
 
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studiog

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I agree with John. That does seem to be about triple what it should be worth. I'm at a loss to see how you could put $25,000. into a solid axle chassis without an engine and transmission. Those parts just don't cost that much and with a solid frame there is only so many hours of labor required to get it in this condition.

Thanks Tom. I'm starting to get a much better handle on what a C1 restored frame is worth.
Thanks for the input.
 

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