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Offline WithoutRemorse

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WIW 1970 Cuda
« on: March 04, 2016 - 11:20:30 AM »
I have been reading these WIW posts and am amazed at what some of these cars are selling for in unrestored condition. It got me to thinking, What is mine worth? I have no interest in selling it, it's been in the family too long, and will go to my children when the time is right. The car is a 1970 Cuda 440-4. It is all numbers matching. Not that it makes much difference, but the motor has less that 40k miles on it. I have all of the original parts now to restore it minus the factory window louvers and Go-Wing. The car needs quarters, trunk floor and drivers side floor pan put in it.

Link with pictures: http://www.cuda-challenger.com/cc/index.php?topic=104601.0

Fender Tag codes:

N 85   Tachometer
R11   AM Radio   
V6X   Black Longitudinal Stripes
Y05    Build for USA
M25   Wide Sill Moldings
M31   Belt Moldings
M88   Tail Panel Molding Treatment
N41   Dual Exhaust
N42   Chrome Exhaust Tips
G36   OS Dual Racing Mirrors
J45    Hood Tie Down Pins
J54    Sport Hood
J68    Backlight Louvers
J81    Rear Spoiler-Wing Type
M21   Roof Drip Rail Moldings
V1X   Black Vinyl Top
A62   Rallye Instrument Cluster Package
A67   Backlight Louver Package
B51   Power Brakes
C16   Console W/  Woodgrain Package
C55   Bucket Seats
FE5    Rallye Red
H6X9  Black bucket seats
000    no upper door frame paint
313    build date March 13th 1970
070445  vehicle order number
E86    440 Hi-Po 375HP
D32    Heavy Duty Auto Trans
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Offline crocha617

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Re: WIW 1970 Cuda
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2016 - 11:34:51 AM »
$12-14k is my guess.

Offline WithoutRemorse

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Re: WIW 1970 Cuda
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2016 - 11:43:38 AM »
$12-14k is my guess.

Thanks, those numbers shock me. Prices are high for any classic car, but 12-14 for something that needs complete restoration seems nuts.

Offline crocha617

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Re: WIW 1970 Cuda
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2016 - 12:35:39 PM »
Thanks, those numbers shock me. Prices are high for any classic car, but 12-14 for something that needs complete restoration seems nuts.

I'm not saying I'm right but it's a great color combo, the fender tag is present, & its numbers matching. I wouldn't pay $12-14k for it personally but I'm sure someone would especially if it was on ebay.