Everytime I see a car like this, I think damn i'm in the wrong business. He'll get close to $30K for it.
True, but if it's done right, there's a LOT of time, money, and skill involved.
There are plenty of people who want a car like that, and have more money than time or skill.
I've been messing with my car for close to three years, and it's still in pieces. I am getting closer though.
Of course I have nowhere near the skill level of a person who would do this for a living, or even a profitable hobby.
I know my car is not worth even close to that amount, but with the amount of time and effort I've put into it, I wouldn't be willing to sell it even for considerably more than I have in it.
So if you can put together a turn key, well integrated classic car with a high performance drive train, you can sell it for big bucks.
I'll hijack my own thread here. Want to see a REALLY expensive vintage restoration? Check this out:
Now the Nova looks cheap!
95 DGGM 396 Stroker, Eagle crank & rods, LT4 heads, LT4 intake, LT4 hot cam, Finish Line long tube headers, 2 1/2" exhaust, Big Baer brakes, 3.73 rear, Hotchkis lowering springs, Front and rear Hotchkis Sway bars, aluminum driveshaft, Metco aluminum boxed trailing arms, K&N, Gary's Cables, 42# Green Giants, T84's,T56 Magnum