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1957 Adventurer on Ebay. We've seen it before.
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ABloch
Posted 2018-04-27 10:36 AM (#562363)
Subject: 1957 Adventurer on Ebay. We've seen it before.



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56RatKing
Posted 2018-04-27 1:05 PM (#562365 - in reply to #562363)
Subject: Re: 1957 Adventurer on Ebay. We've seen it before.


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Hah I love his attitude, yah it's crappy but people make replacement parts so I can charge what I want like it's new
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-04-27 3:03 PM (#562370 - in reply to #562363)
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I can't believe how good this car looks on the surface when you see what's lurking underneath. Still a nice looking car, but somebody is going to have to donate some time and attention to it or it will not stay that way for long.
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Mike McCandless
Posted 2018-04-27 5:08 PM (#562377 - in reply to #562365)
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56RatKing - 2018-04-27 1:05 PM

Hah I love his attitude, yah it's crappy but people make replacement parts so I can charge what I want like it's new


Restored, it's around 60-70k depending on quality of restoration
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fc7_plumcrazy
Posted 2018-04-28 8:05 AM (#562414 - in reply to #562363)
Subject: Re: 1957 Adventurer on Ebay. We've seen it before.


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Hi,

but the problem is you do not really know what is under the current paint.
Being from the east there might hide a lot more old bodywork under the still glossy paint job.
If you want to bring the car to a high level it needs a total stripping and I guess it will be pretty rough when blasted.

Maybe it would be better for this one if it gets just repaired and driven (mostly as is).
Because a full blown resto will not pay out for sure.

But what is it worth in its current status?

Carsten
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