Old Man with a Hat
FCBO Gold Member
- Oct 8, 2011
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not that long was looking for 300 or new yorker. was suppose to buy a 300 back in june from a board member but he is messing around and dont know what his problem is. another board member had one i wanted but would would not even answer meHow long have you been looking for a 70 Sport Fury? They're not up for sale all that often, and the ones I've seen are usually in terrible shape. So in terms of how much it's worth? It's worth what someone is willing to pay for it, which is based on how much they want it and availability.
I like gator grain. Whether it adds value is debatable.
Well, if you're not set on a 70 Sport Fury, and it appears there may be some things covered up on this car (no fender tag, so who knows what is original), might be better to pass on it.not that long was looking for 300 or new yorker. was suppose to buy a 300 back in june from a board member but he is messing around and dont know what his problem is. another board member had one i wanted but would would not even answer me
Maybe I am out of touch but I think the price is too high. It isn't a Sport Fury GT, has a 29 roofline, few options, painted underhood including firewall, flex hoses turn me off and makes me wonder about the rest of the car, no body code plate, 383-2 bbl, drum brakes, a cheap replacement radiator (but looks to be 26" at least when standard one was 22") and more things I could nit pick. But it has what looks like a nice paint job on the exterior, the seats are seemingly redone (and is the Brougham pattern) and maybe the dashpad is nice.
It seems like a weird car to me and I have to wonder what was really original on it. A build sheet would help.
How can one tell that this car has a cheap replacement radiator?
The top tank could've been replaced by any radiator shop, with a non-Chrysler part-numbered part. Doesn't make the radiator itself a non-Mopar part, necessarily.