Not everyone wants a high dollar restored car. I like cars with older somewhat faded paint because I don't want to worry about it. Car shows don't interest me, even as a spectator. I wouldn't touch this car with a ten foot pole. It has too much visible rust, who knows what other rust damage isn't shown in the pictures. When I'm looking for a car I'm a value shopper. If it's from the 60's or early-70's is a mid-size and has 2 doors I'm interested. There are too many cars like that in decent shape floating around to even consider a car like this.Do all you guys just worry about what its worth after a show car restore. Not every body needs a 60K car.
That is a perfect father and son project car. Do it yourself, make it your own, driver local show car. Go thru the mechanics. Get a interior kit and freshen up whats there. Do a home grown paint job and enjoy it.
You would be surprised what people pay for nicely done chevelles. My friend sold a nicely done 71 SS clone at barretts this year for $57000 and a nice 66 SS clone for over $60k. This being a 70 and a drop top would have probably sold for more. JimLets see, Buy it for 12/5 add 40-50 to finish it. So when its finished you will have around 50 or 60 grand in a Malibu Vert. Depending of the quality of the finished product.
Why of course you can get 50 or 60 grand for a VERY NICE, 307 Malibu Vert ???????????????? >>>