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70 SS L34 - Worth opinion

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Hey guys,

In my continued pursuit in finding a decent SS with a reasonable price I have fouund a 1970 L34 SS matching numbers car.

Good points are;

- Matching numbers with buld sheet
- New GM Quarters, trunk pans, inner fender well, door skins and fenders.
- New seat covers and headliner
- Car is an A/C car
- Body off chassis - chassis is clean and painted.
- Motor and trans rebult to original specs and in the car running.
- Floor in car is rust free

Not so good points

- car has no paint and no prime
- Bumpers need chrome
- condensor and compressor are missing
- interior is completly out of the car
- all chrome trim is missing
- dash board is poor
- Bench seat car
- auto on column
- Although body off chasis, under of body still not done properly.
- Many interior parts, carpet door handles, and lots of trim need to be purchased
- Exhaust on car is not correct looks like a Midas job.

The owner is asking $11,000.00 for the car.

Considering what is left to be done, paint being the most costly, I think its kinda high. I offered him $10,000.00, which I believe is also high. What do you guys think?


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This should be the asking price for a car that is mostly done not a rough one.

I picked up my car for $6000 and I believe that I payed for the exact condition the car was in. Over all the car is not bad... not great, but not bad. Rock solid drive train. True SS. Documentable. Buckets, 4sp, console. Okay interior. Rear quarter rust. Mainly just cosmetically dirty.

It's spare change (.02) but that is what I have to offer. I'd keep looking, or talk this guy down to a seriously more reasonable price (like below $6 or 7k)

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