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    guys what do you think

    i fell in love with this car and im thinking of taking a trip to go look
    at it, but what questions do you see, i think the price is right,
    your input is appreciated, thanx ernest in tx :wink:
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    Re: guys what do you think

    Quote Originally Posted by signsbyesa
    i fell in love with this car and im thinking of taking a trip to go look
    at it, but what questions do you see, i think the price is right,
    your input is appreciated, thanx ernest in tx :wink:
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    man , looks like a LOT of work left to do for that kind of money , BUT ,it depends on what YOU want,,,half the fun to me is in the build....it definitly has potential..
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    Signs, I agree with maniac. Lots of work left to do for that kind of money.
    It's a buyers market right now. Unless you got money burning a hole in your pocket, I wouldn't make the trip unless I could get it for $3000.00 less than the asking price. But that's just me. I know what I paid for my Nova rolling that came with more stuff and didn't need paint. It wasn't close to what they are asking.
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    Too much money in my opinion. I understand my car is NOT a 63 and the market is different for the older NOVAS, but I gave $3200 for mine as a roller in 1996. 12 BOLT, new slicks, lexan,fiberglass hood ,deck lid ,and bumpers. Looked just like it does now only the wheels were different.

    I think there are better deals out there. jmo

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    OK WHICH ONE OF YOU SPOKE TO MY WIFE! :lol: just joking,
    thanks for the imput, i think i'll offer 5k and see what happens,
    cause this money is burning a hole in my pocket, heh heh,
    man tod, thats a great deal for the nova, it was back halved already?
    they want from 4k to 6k to backhalve here in tx, and thats just
    labor, thanx again guys, ernest in tx :wink:

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    sign i have to agree with everyone else, seems a bit much to me.

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    I have to agree alot of money for the car needs too much work :!:
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    Rollers are cheap right now. Too much money for the amount of work required. JMO

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    i will give you a nice rolling dragster and a 64 chevy ready to be backhalved for 8500

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    yep,, yep.. too high.3500 tops !!!!!!


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