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#2487116 - 04/24/18 02:25 AM WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up
The Black Car Offline


Registered: 09/11/14
Posts: 138
Loc: PNW
I found a complete Sonoramic set up for a 60/61- 361/383, Sonoramic intake, carbs, linkage, air cleaners and correct exhaust manifolds, and heat tubes. 100% original.

What’s it worth?


Edited by The Black Car (04/24/18 02:28 AM)

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#2487121 - 04/24/18 04:15 AM Re: WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up [Re: The Black Car]
NTOLERANCE Offline
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Registered: 08/17/03
Posts: 4330
Loc: Madison Wi
Im assuming what you have is similar to what’s in the add. Below
This one has been for sale many months now and at that price likely wont sell

https://madison.craigslist.org/pts/d/1961-chrysler-long-ram-with/6534567938.html



Edited by NTOLERANCE (04/24/18 05:14 AM)
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#2487123 - 04/24/18 04:21 AM Re: WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up [Re: NTOLERANCE]
6bblgt Offline
I Live Here

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 15392
Loc: Las Vegas, NV
'60 set-up has mount for generator on passenger manifold

no mount with alternator for '61
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#2487390 - 04/24/18 03:38 PM Re: WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up [Re: The Black Car]
DaytonaTurbo Offline


Registered: 02/26/03
Posts: 20838
Loc: Manitoba, Canada
In the past I have seen the intake manifold sets going for around 1k. More goodies and the price goes up. No idea what the ceiling is on these though.

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#2487561 - 04/24/18 09:05 PM Re: WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up [Re: The Black Car]
ScottSmith_Harms Offline
Mr Wizzard

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 42006
Loc: Spokane Washington
Demand for certain parts of that setup are much higher than others. The one year only 60 Exhaust manifolds (as Dan pointed out) bring a premium and get scooped up fast, the air cleaners, carbs, linkage and small parts are also easy to sell. The most common parts are the long tubes as they are the parts least likely to get tossed over the years and more of them are around than the rest of that stuff. It can be a challenge to find a buyer for an entire setup because many people already have some or most of it already and are trying to complete theirs. All that said, 4-5K is not out of reason for a (Very) complete setup, however finding a buyer can be difficult.

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#2487652 - 04/25/18 01:53 AM Re: WIW: 1960/61 Sonoramic Set Up [Re: The Black Car]
The Black Car Offline


Registered: 09/11/14
Posts: 138
Loc: PNW
Thank you for the the answers gents, I appreciate all the input.

$4-5 doesn’t sound unreasonable for what it is.

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