Re: [GFS] Part Two: PHOTOS
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Re: [GFS] Part Two: PHOTOS



Josh

NICE!!
I would guess a #3 or a tad less???????
If it 'goes' book value is 10--14K, most of the time things sell above that!!

Maybe you could subtract 10% for the left front???????

Looks like a nice 'core' to restore to perfection.
RUST RUST RUST (or lack thereof) is the real key to the 'value'

There are plenty of '56' people that can really get into it for you, so I wont waste your time and give you bad info

GOOD LUCK
ED ECKERSON  LI  NY
57 FURY
59 GOLDEN COMMANDO PROJ
57  FP 31 PROJ
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: socalsoda 
  To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 11:52 AM
  Subject: [GFS] Part Two: PHOTOS



  Here are some photos of it....

    What do you think??? Whats it worth and does the engine look stock?


        http://www.cherrysoda.com/fury

    Thanks!
    Josh




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