I have a pontiac lemans 1970 convertable in terrible shape, what can I get for it?

Asked by Mar 14, 2017 at 02:25 PM about the 1970 Pontiac Le Mans

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1970 rusted out, red convertible, engine still looks good, I have no idea what to take for it, it was my dads car a long time ago.

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Even with the car being a rust bucket, there are people that will buy it and rebuild it. Without a photo I would say no less then $3,000.00

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Does it run? If not, getting more than $500 is optimistic unless there are other features you can identify like a special engine or body style like a GTO. At least it is a convertible. That will help with the value.

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