How much should I pay for a 69 Hurst Olds NOT number matching in re-store-able but not great condition

Asked by Mar 19, 2014 at 04:27 PM about the 1969 Oldsmobile 442

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

3 Answers

38,285

$1500 to $2500 tops if its an everyday driver.

38,285

Less if it's got needs. Non matching numbers don't really make it worth restoring.

if it has a 455, stick shift, A/C HURST mirrors, hood etc. it could be worth lots of cash. cool is cool, we cant all aford the real deal

Your Answer:

442

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