I picked up a super clean 86 olds 442 9 vin. Original everything,new trans,rebuild engine the original paint could be touched up but still gleams what's a good asking price and how can I sell it for?

Asked by Jun 04, 2015 at 01:48 PM about the 1986 Oldsmobile 442

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Trying to get the best price possible
but am willing to negotiate

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I would say $9,000.00 with a new motor and trans...

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Where's the pictures? There worth a thousand words.....sounds nice!!!! Black,Silver, or Maroon???

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