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In my opinion well worth the price. #1332601 Mon Nov 04 2019 11:54 PM
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!953 chevy . Handyman wagon.


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Re: In my opinion well worth the price. [Re: WE b OLD] #1332610 Tue Nov 05 2019 12:40 AM
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Bit too much white for me.


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'47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)
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Re: In my opinion well worth the price. [Re: WE b OLD] #1332628 Tue Nov 05 2019 03:40 AM
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That's a "50-footer"- - - -looks good from 50 feet away, but once you peel back a layer or two, it's a pretty poor resto-mod. If I were in the market, (which I'm not) I'd start the bidding at about half the asking price, and wouldn't bargain up much, if at all.
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Re: In my opinion well worth the price. [Re: WE b OLD] #1332631 Tue Nov 05 2019 04:52 AM
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I noticed it has '54 tail lights on it.


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Re: In my opinion well worth the price. [Re: WE b OLD] #1332637 Tue Nov 05 2019 12:27 PM
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"Could" be a good start on a nice driver. As Jerry mentioned, start low on the price. Check everything out with a magnet to see how many lbs of bondo is hiding under all that white. White paint is often used when body work is far less than acceptable, helps hide imperfections. Get it home, go over all the safety related details reparing/upgrading as needed. Drive it and enjoy while you source a good LS engine and automatic, install as time allows. You'll have a plus 20 mpg car with great performance that's able to run with no issues on todays gas.

If that is, you needed another project smile


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