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Old 08-26-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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looking for opinions on value of this machine, Its a 1966 fastback, original 289 4 speed car motor and trans included, motor is apart. the rear fenders were flared out to accept a wider tire, nothing has been tubbed or cut. the floor pans were redone by an amature but they are acceptable, all parts and peices are there and the car is complete. clean title, little rust on torque-box anbout a thumb size, and some on the subframe about a 4" long piece. all sheet metal is good and paint is mediocre no trunk rust.

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Old 08-26-2014, 09:01 PM   #2
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11 k for that dirtbox?

lol offer him three fiddy
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:06 PM   #3
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its a 289 2 barrel car how are the floor pans and the cowl?? pour a gallon of water in the cowl and see if it leaks
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its a 289 2 barrel car how are the floor pans and the cowl?? pour a gallon of water in the cowl and see if it leaks
The floor pans have all been replaced by a novice all pop riveted in but they work and are sturdy.
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That's really not a bad price considering it comes with motor and trans. If you can get it for under 10 you should do it. If you can get it back together that car is easily worth 20k , not because it's anything really special, but because people have huge hard ons for fastbacks. Especially being here in ca, you would have no problem finding a buyer should you ever want to re sell it.

Don't pay over 10 though

Edit* usually fast back bodies (rolling chassis) that are solid go for around 10k alone. If you got cash in hand I bet you can beat him down pretty good. Maybe 7 or 8k ish, thatd be great.

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Old 08-26-2014, 09:18 PM   #6
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What if I can nab it for 7k? could I sell it for 10k as it sits??
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:28 PM   #7
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Hells yeah. Buuut, i would say spend a little money to get that motor back together, get it along with the trans back in the car so that it can go around the block. Then right there youve already upped the value by a few thousand, easy 12k plus for a fastback that stops and steers.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:30 PM   #8
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good gosh....what happen to the rear wheel wells, that crap takes a big chunk out of the value so, 11K seems very pricey. 66 Fastbacks are worth money but, that's a 5K to, at most, I'm crazy and I had to have it and I'll pay 8K IMO. I would offer him 5K and stop at 6.5K. He'll sell it at that if he really wants to move it or he'll hold out on the price for the next 10 years until the right sucker walks in and gives him that crazy cash...lol
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Somebody will buy it for sure if he got it running. And I'm willing to bet, that's same person won't even notice the wheel wells or the floor

edit* i got off my phone and on the computer to look at the pics, the wheel wells are pretty bad =/
took my excitement level down a bit

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Old 08-27-2014, 01:34 AM   #10
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tree fiddy would be fair, 11k is a bit much for that... car is probably hacked together.
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