Re: 318 Poly
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Re: 318 Poly



Years ago they unfortunately had almost no resale value. Now there are a lot of speed equipment aftermarket parts made for them so people are saving and using them again. A lot depends on where you are located (supply / demand varies) and the condition of the Poly. (# miles, running etc.).

Gary H. 

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>  Question for all of you. Not to long ago I swapped out my poly for a 440. I had plans for the 318, but most likely will never do anything  with it. What is a fair price to sell it for? I've seen some for a few hundred up to 1200.
>  Thanks for the imput! 

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