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Offline shifter1

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wiw 70 cuda - resto with 71 parts
« on: November 15, 2006 - 11:42:30 AM »

almost have her done.
been getting inquiries about the price so I want to be fair as possible.


has not been on the road yet. so she needs to be broken in.

70 title air cond, fender tag, build sheet BH23C0...original orange/white int. plain jane car.

complete resto- new paint top and bottom bc/cc.
new quarters, trunk floor with extentions and a couple small floor patch.
new drivetrain 5.7 hemi with TTI ceramic headers 'H' dual exhaust with chrome tips.
5 sp keisler trans. new stainless stock sump gas tank stainless lines with reg , gauge and electric fuel pump.
4.10 dana posi - B body width with super stock springs. new shocks. new front end.
new factory disk brakes front - new drum rear. rallye wheels new tires.
leather power seats - aftermarket. new carpet. Mint rallye guages. tinted glass
new argent painted front grille complete with new headlights and chrome rings. new rocker gill moldings and sill plates.
original 71 parts - gilled fenders, hood, trunk lid with cut outs, front valance with lights, rear valance with cut outs.
painted on two colors hockey stripe with logo.

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Offline Autophile

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Re: wiw 70 cuda - resto with 71 parts
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2006 - 04:54:36 PM »
Being that this is a very modified car, the value will be based primarily on how clean of a job you've done. I'd guess the range will be $40-80k.
1971 Cuda, black/black, 419 cu. in. 3G Hemi with twin turbos (build in progress), AlterKtion, Wilwood 12.19" disks, billet Rallye wheels

Offline 440WhiteBoy

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Re: wiw 70 cuda - resto with 71 parts
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2006 - 08:43:10 PM »
thanks for your opinion. Ive been wanting to hit in the middle of your range for my strike price.
had to draw the line someplace. wanted to go with the larger 426 but my budget was not that large.
even at this point to purchase that along with a few other parts I dont think it would warrant the
investment of another 25 -30k + the labor involved.
They only see ***STARS***
when hit by a MOPAR !!!