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The price was $35,200. I don't know if the buyers fee is included in that, or if it's the 'hammer price'.

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That price included the fees and a sweet Mecum Sold sticker on the windshield.
 

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Thanks. Good to know the market. That's a really good looking car as a sport coupe, and has much of the stock stuff left. Someone will leave with a nice second generation V-8 car all done, with no driveway stains, leftover parts, time wasted on the phone or internet looking for parts, backache or skinned knuckles. That's gotta be worth something too, and compared to a $10-$15K car that needs everything, hard to knock the price.
 

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Thanks. Good to know the market. That's a really good looking car as a sport coupe, and has much of the stock stuff left. Someone will leave with a nice second generation V-8 car all done, with no driveway stains, leftover parts, time wasted on the phone or internet looking for parts, backache or skinned knuckles. That's gotta be worth something too, and compared to a $10-$15K car that needs everything, hard to knock the price.
It is a good looking car. More often than not on Building and Buying.
Building - Blood, Sweat and Tears but you "KNOW" what you got.
Buying - Tears when you "FIND" out what you got.
 

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Agreed, good buy for what looks like a solid car
 
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