he probably owns a unmolested, factory-stock '63 L-79, eight-door, four speed SS wagon with optional flux capacitor, too.This car has been for sale on and off for over 2 years and hasn't sold. First appeared on eBay at something like $45K. I contacted the seller to straighten him out on the fact there were no SS 2 door sedans. Never heard back and the car is still being promoted as an SS. Don't imagine it will sell any time soon.
Don't expect anything to change. I guess Hemmings is no different than any other auction in that they don't take responsibility for misinformation.I made an account just to tell them.
As Bob mentioned too, the car has been for sale for a while. It is currently listed at $39K(Cnd).This car is on Autotrader,ca, they are looking for 40,000
Yeah, probably $18 - $23K in the current market. I could see an enamored buyer shelling out $25K. In a non-heated market probably $12 - $15K being a 2-door sedan. The cars I have seen realistically priced in the $40K range in the last year were on a different level from this sedan. Clean pro touring coupes / convertibles or well restored (not concourse) real 327 4-speed 2nd gens. There is a solid black on black one on the marker right now for around $40K.Just my opinion, but that’s a $20000 car tops.
It was mrlaze from post #8 in this thread.Whoever posted a comment on the ad got a response from the seller...