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This is for sale not far from me, the guy is asking £4k which is about $7k USA, bare in mind that we pay a bit more over here in England due to rarity, 351 Cleveland 4v Auto, as you can see in the pictures it needs bodywork and a respray and work on the interior but apparently everything else is fine mechanically, i'm a bit unsure of what to do

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Are you sure the car is in England?? Have you seen them? Seems like he has several Desireable USA cars there. How about that Challenger??
 

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Yes, the guy who is selling it is in Crewe, he's a drag racer, have no problem with trust issues as he's well known and is a regular on the boards, he has mainly Mopar projects but he picked the Mustang up as part of a deal I think.
 

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Seems like the Mustang is worth what he's asking for it evenhere in the states. So in England it seems like a good deal. Where else can you get a Muscle car like that, and even one just like the one James Bond drove in one of his movies, for cheap $$? If it's good enough for 007, it's good enough for me. ::

How much is he asking for the Challengers and what are they?? (Year, engine, etc)
 

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I agree with the above, but that paint looks like it might be saveable with buffing, compounding, and some colorsanding. Beats paying for paintwork ::
 

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That's not a bad project car, but I personally think that $7k is a little strong. I admit, though, that I can't really share your perspective for the car's rarity. In England, it may very well be worth the money. In my area, depending on a personal inspection and the amount of rust found, I would pay $3-5k.
 

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Looks like the lead in the quarter panel has cracked and allowed rust to form underneath, that could be an issue.

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