Dude if not a SS then i dunno....is that the pic of it?? I f so hmmmmmm like I said I dunno I bought a 1970 with a bit of body work and it runs like a champ just no Interior for 1500. But that one does look nice.
i wouldn't unless it's a true numbers matching SS, if it's not then i wouldn't spend more than 2500. but it's up to you. either way have fun with it.
The SS was not available in '75 only in '70-'71 and then again in '83-'88 and finally in 2000-'01.So a '75 for 4 grand is decent as long as the frame is solid and the body isn't full of mud i'd say grab up on it. If those two issues are not a problem the rest is an easy fix.
yea your right i spoke too soon but unless the car is in int condition then i wouldn't pick that up. i got my 78 landau for $200 and it needed a new roof patch under the vinyl and a "new" motor. but i got a steal on that but most MC's of that age aren't worth that much unless they are show cars and if it is then by all means go for it.
Bought my 76 for $1000, 350, 42,600 original miles. Does that car have the 454?
no it wouldnt....
hey if you haven't bought that '75 yet im selling my '78 for $2,000 if anybody's interested.
a little body work is always more than just a little. 4 grand is way too much whether it's matching numbers or not.
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