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wiw 1970 cuda #3007563
01/21/22 12:30 PM
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I have been going back and forth about selling my car since it seems I don't get a chance to drive it often and thought I'd check since I have had people interested. Car started life as an N code 383 Cuda. Now it has a 426 mega block aluminum head pump gas Hemi. 18-spline, and a new S-60 dana.

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Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: second 70] #3007572
01/21/22 12:46 PM
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Interior and yes I still have the factory dash.

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Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: second 70] #3007649
01/21/22 05:23 PM
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So Near, Yet So Far
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As I've said before, I REALLY like that car; but I'd have to trade into it and I doubt you'd be interested.
Gonna buy a lottery ticket as Plan B, though laugh2

Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: topside] #3007658
01/21/22 05:42 PM
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Beautiful car.
Price-wise , guess I would have to ask if the only change to the car was putting in the Hemi motor, and what rust repair/bodywork was done , if any, and what documentation to you have for the car ( orig. fender tag(s) / BS , etc. ) .


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Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: MONC] #3007772
01/22/22 03:40 AM
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Looks like a really nice build ... I like it ... a lot!!

These Hemi tribute cars vary widely in value. Lately, ones similar to yours, seem to be advertised for around $90K plus or minus. If I was looking, I'd be calling you.


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Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: RzeroB] #3007793
01/22/22 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by RzeroB
Looks like a really nice build ... I like it ... a lot!!

These Hemi tribute cars vary widely in value. Lately, ones similar to yours, seem to be advertised for around $90K plus or minus. If I was looking, I'd be calling you.


I would also say 90k if the car is as nice as it seems. It helps that it’s a real Cuda too.

Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: Finoke] #3007819
01/22/22 12:07 PM
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Beautiful Cuda, great looking build. I would say 85-90K on it. Love the color combo.

Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: 65pacecar] #3007820
01/22/22 12:14 PM
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Between 75-100k seems to be the target line for non factory hemi powered E bodies


I saw a 66 hemi Coronet CLONE posted elsewhere a little while back and I think it was listed in the 60s.

Car sold pretty quick

Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: gtx6970] #3007824
01/22/22 12:20 PM
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I’m thinking 90k minimum, but getting 100k might be tough just because of the mental barrier of six figures. We all know we couldn’t build it for that.

Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #3009153
01/26/22 12:33 PM
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Thanks for the compliments and the estimates. A lot to think about. I couldn't build another one for the price and it would require a lot of work too. Seems to be a safe investment when compared to the stock market. Put it in the market and could lose a lot in a hurry. Leave it parked in the garage with possible small loss and if somebody steals it it's insured. Also probably a better return against inflation that a bank account. Plus it's more fun looking at it than a number on a piece of paper. Lol

So for now I think you'll know where you can find it. Again thanks for taking the time to respond, Mike

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Re: wiw 1970 cuda [Re: second 70] #3009158
01/26/22 12:54 PM
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I like your thinking! up Unless you have something else you need the money for, keep the car.







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