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It would be a $25,000-$30,000 car, if properly restored. Key words being "properly restored".

However, I think you are light on your cost of getting it there. I would say closer to $50,000 in restoration cost. This rig is not going to go to someone who is going to slap it together, get bored with it in a year, and then expect to flip it for a profit.
Love it when the term "profit" is used in any discussion about procars -
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Very tough, if not impossible to do when restoring any old car. If you don't plan on keeping it for a long time and loving it, you had better just pass on all project cars.
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They're like boats, with sirens!
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Love it when the term "profit" is used in any discussion about procars -
One of the great attributes of this group is, you (we) are definitely not into it for the money. Well done
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