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So, according to the Ebay listing, the previous owner was asking around $75,000, which is unbelievable for an undocumented L79 that has numerous deficiencies. This seller says his reserve is a lot less, but I'm sure it's north of $50,000. IMO, the $45,000 that he turned down at Mecum was more than fair for this car. He won't get within a sniff of that in this current Ebay auction.
62 Acadian cvt.-Sold
66 Cdn. Nova SS L79-Sold
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The Cdn. L79 Registry
I knew he had relisted it ,just didn't know if everyone else knew he had ran it through already. So if he has tried to auction it off more than once and bid was almost exactly the same , must be pretty much what it is worth in this economy .
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