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70 Challenger $14,500 firm

Old 04-14-2008, 06:20 PM
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Default 70 Challenger $14,500 firm

I have a 1970 Challenger for sale is $14,500.00 is a solid project car. It has the rust that normally found, it will need a complete floor pan. it will need a little metal work in the trunk, the body is pretty decent for those that know what this car and worth it is a pleasure to find this. The car is fully taken apart already & ready to be sand blasted and painted. You can see pics of the car on city of Washington D.C. I have all the chrome which is in excellent shape, the bumper that are decent, the seats which the front are bucket and needs recovering and the rear which is perfect, the middle console which is decent, and the dash and cluster is decent and intach. Long story short this is a good car thats getting harder to find dont believe me go to ebay....We are a paint and restoration shop so we can do all the work and deliver this car turn key for an addtional price , you pick the color and the scheme , the motor and trans its a done if your pockets are allowing it. I do have a 440 and a 4 speed transmission for sale also for addtional $4,500 obo

contact is as follows 540-661-5141 or 540-379-6631

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Old 04-17-2008, 06:29 PM
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Default RE: 70 Challenger $14,500 firm

Challenger outperforms stock market:

11 years ago I dragged my 1970 RT/SE 440 (9/69 build) out of the mud in a dirt floored pole barn. I paid $1,500 for the data plates and block, (well the rest of the rusty ripped broken car came for free). I did all that Blue ridge is describing and more. At the time no repro panels or parts were out there. I learned how to sandblast, prep, fabricate and weld. I have $2,300 in the engine overhaul, $300 in trans overhaul, $3,500 for final paint, some money for upholstery, metal polishing, 4 used tires (60 bucks at a junk yard), misc parts, windshield and cost of outsourced labor. Maybe a bit more than $10,000 total.

Now, mine's no barrett jackson car, non number matching, not everything works, I used the original exterior trim and not all brand new shiny.

But Blue ridge is right, Haggerty insured my "work in progress, sight unseen, no appraisal" for $42,000 based on their market information sources.

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