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Offline xylic

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2008 - 11:58:54 PM »
anyone? 30k? $35k? $40k?

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2008 - 12:27:48 AM »
You gave no history about the car. It has been redone/restored. I see no stickers under the hood or under the trunk. How many panels have been replaced? Any bondo? What about the frame rails? Has it been in any wrecks prior? How many miles? What's done to the engine and trans?

You are not giving any details   . Why is your email hidden?  Why no location.  Do you want us to approve a car for you?   

Looks ok but who knows?  In the past the WHOLE CC.C member club here was asked for months to look at cars and we were led by our tails helping out. You will need to provide more info for some good critic on any car. We don't know if it is professionally restored or just a good coat of paint :2cents:

Offline NoMope Greg

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2008 - 12:31:18 AM »
Moparal beat me to it - there's just not enough information to do more than hazard a guess.  Is this a survivor?  How many miles?  Any rust?  Based solely on photos, I'd say $25k, maybe, but there's so much more info that's needed to give an informed opinion.

Ultimately, the real question is: how much are you willing to pay?  I know you don't want to overpay, but if you drive away in your new acquisition feeling like you got a fair deal, then whatever you paid is appropriate.  Whether Al or I or anyone else would pay that is irrelevant.
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Offline HemiOrange70

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2008 - 01:24:54 AM »
35k tops and that depends on alot of unandswered questions being answered the right way

Offline xylic

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #5 on: June 17, 2008 - 12:31:13 AM »
You gave no history about the car. It has been redone/restored. I see no stickers under the hood or under the trunk. How many panels have been replaced? Any bondo? What about the frame rails? Has it been in any wrecks prior? How many miles? What's done to the engine and trans?

You are not giving any details   . Why is your email hidden?  Why no location.  Do you want us to approve a car for you?   

Looks ok but who knows?  In the past the WHOLE CC.C member club here was asked for months to look at cars and we were led by our tails helping out. You will need to provide more info for some good critic on any car. We don't know if it is professionally restored or just a good coat of paint :2cents:

It is being sold by Hodge Restorations in SC. That is all I know, sorry I couldnt be more help. Thanks for the heads up in the future.

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Re: '70 challenger rt/se 383 numbers car
« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2008 - 12:12:33 PM »
I don't know the car but the shop has been around awhile and has a good rep.