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Posted by: stepnose ® |
With these kinds of cars and the level of restoration, it would be difficult to put a value especially if one has not even seen the car. Sometimes, armchair valuations can be very unfair to the seller.
I think that at the end of the day, its going to be a willing buyer, willing seller, kind of price. Having restored some classics, how do you put a value on the time taken to source and procure parts, and ensuring parts reused are properly restored to original specs.
I would, however, love to hear the views of the others on this forum as there is a huge amount of knowledge and experience here.
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