NOT MINE 1970 Plymouth S23 (blue, N-code in Weaverville NC)

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PH23N0D185758 is currently for sale on Craigslist in Weaverville near Asheville, NC. Very appealing options and color combo: 383-4, and what seems to be originally EB5 blue (though the car looks like it was repainted at some point in a non-OEM scheme). Too much rust for me at the $13k ask, but may be the right car for the right person. Fender tag seems to have been moved.

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13k, sorry nope. Floor boards and trunk pans are shot. Doesn't look to good behind the seams on the rear wheel wells inside the trunk. No engine pics either or underneath. It would be a great car to have if not for what's noticeable.
 
Looks scary. Hidden rust on that one.
13 seems like a lot. Cool car though!
Can't find the auction.
 
It’s the “Road Runner” of Sport Furies. Very neat car really.

Price isn’t too out….or maybe it is?
 
N-code S/23 is only half a step behind a GT. Could be a good buy looking back from the future. Fender tag/broadcast sheet/or window sticker would be crucial for this car tho to prove its an S/23 and the color.
 
Price isn’t too out….or maybe it is?
Unless this is your dream car, I'd say it's a little optimistic. I'd be at half that on a super great day.

If it was solid and not an incorrect two tone, I'd think the price would be in line, needing the same other repairs.
 
That much rust, and then what is not seen, puts this car at grade 5 and over rides all else. That means a 50% cut to start.. By the time one fixes all the rust you will be underwater.
 
Been around for a while


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Trunk and floors are pretty typical, says new top and windshield and it runs smooth. Looks like there was some restoration around the rear window and Dutch panel, and if done right that’s a huge advantage right there. Personal inspection is a must of course, but if the majority of the rust is in the quarters, that’s a lot of work but doable. It would have to be a must have for someone, but I think the real value is it’s completeness and numbers matching drive train in addition to the desirable color combo.
 
I spoke to him in length when he put that car up for sale in spring. That car already has had a full roof welded on and still needs the headliner installed and all inside roof trim. Thats a dash cap over the original pad. Car originally came from Florida, pretty sure that ocean salt had its way with this one.
 
PH23N0D185758 is currently for sale on Craigslist in Weaverville near Asheville, NC. Very appealing options and color combo: 383-4, and what seems to be originally EB5 blue (though the car looks like it was repainted at some point in a non-OEM scheme). Too much rust for me at the $13k ask, but may be the right car for the right person. Fender tag seems to have been moved.

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That is one cool car, no question. But in that condition I'd put it at no more than $5K
 
The swapmeet cardboard classified ad was enough to tell me it was overpriced, before I even saw the price on it.
I agree with about $5000.
Maybe more if a person eyeballed it and the flaws were ones they were agreeable to fixing.
Cardboard says 335hp, CL listing says 330hp - so at least he's correcting the details...


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NOT MINE - 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury S23
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