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Old 04-13-2010, 03:55 PM
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Any hotrod guys around? Looking for a value on this,would appreciate any input! All aluminum 410 ci engine,never started,turbo 400 trans,quick change rear-end.Lots of chrome!
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Old 04-13-2010, 04:03 PM
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Can't help with the value but could not help but notice simlilar color etc as my restoration.
good luck with it,
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I don't know how much it will help for comparison, but my friend's Dad sold his '27 T-Bucket project (all complete but needed minor re-assembly) for $10,500.

It had a Ford 9" rear end, a sweet custom paint job, new interior (all done), a 400 SBC, and a 400T trans.


Also... I don't know if this helps... But don't plan on going very fast in it. I would consider selling that high dollar aluminum motor/blower setup (unless you want to keep it in for conversation's sake) and putting something more mild in it. That thing will never be a race car. His build was mild with a decent cam (89 octane build) and mild heads, dual quads for show (they worked, but he probably would have went faster with a single plane) and 2 600cfm Edelbrock carbs, and he had a lot of trouble keeping the front end on the ground.

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www.racejunk.com

Good classifieds there for you to get a comparison perhaps. Speedway makes awesome stuff; nice rear end
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Any hotrod guys around? Looking for a value on this,would appreciate any input! All aluminum 410 ci engine,never started,turbo 400 trans,quick change rear-end.Lots of chrome!
how much you thinking you want?? i have some friends that collcct cars and have cash in hand..


pm me a price..
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