Topic: 1971 Chevy Monte Carlo selling

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    Apr 19, 2010 at 10:47 pm
    I have a 1971 monte carlo that i had bought and planned on completely restoring, but as life changes so does plans. So know I'm sitting here with this amazing potential of a classic and no idea what to do.
    I need to sell it and have it moved but I have no idea what it is worth at the moment so if somebody may know a little about this pleas let me know.

    I guess the main specs are that its got no engine, no tranny, the dash is new w/wirring kit but not installed. bucket seats, white vinal top. j

    For pictures just go onto my page and i have some. I need to sell this car fast, and have offers, i just don't know if their unreasonable.

    Also if anyone knows the value of a 1970 Chevy pickup (C10). Rusted through floor boards, non original engine, original wooden bed gone through. Rusted all the way around and on the bottom.

    thank you for your help!

     

    J.Carlo

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    Apr 21, 2010 at 1:26 am
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    Originally posted by jcarlo  I have a 1971 monte carlo that i had bought and planned on completely restoring, but as life changes so does plans. So know I'm sitting here with this amazing potential of a classic and no idea what to do.
    I need to sell it and have it moved but I have no idea what it is worth at the moment so if somebody may know a little about this pleas let me know.

    I guess the main specs are that its got no engine, no tranny, the dash is new w/wirring kit but not installed. bucket seats, white vinal top. j

    For pictures just go onto my page and i have some. I need to sell this car fast, and have offers, i just don't know if their unreasonable.

    Also if anyone knows the value of a 1970 Chevy pickup (C10). Rusted through floor boards, non original engine, original wooden bed gone through. Rusted all the way around and on the bottom.

    thank you for your help!


    Jcarlo,
    I have have several 1st generation Monte Carlos and from what I seen of your 71, No disrespect but you'd be lucky to get $500, but if it is a true SS 454 model, I'd say you should expect something in the $750 to the $900 range if you have all the parts to prove it's an SS, Hope this helps you but that bad boy has alot of rust issues and that is gonna drive your price down so if you can make a little profit then my best advice it sell it.

     

    Edited Apr 21, 2010 at 1:35 am


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