Topic: i need help with/ openions on a 1966 nova

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    Nov 2, 2009 at 11:09 pm
    i got a 1966 chevy II nova 4 door that is in prity rough shape. It's got matching numbers. I'm thinking about parting it out but i'm not shure if I should. it's a strait 6 and it was parked a long time ago, but when it was parked it still ran. it's still got oil and everything looks like it could be cleaned up, but i don't think it whould be worth fixing it because it is a 4 door. any information, or openions whould be appreaceated.

     


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    Nov 4, 2009 at 10:59 am
    I think you should be asking yourself: What is this car worth to me? Just because it is a "4-door" doesn't mean it is worthless. Try to find a '66 Nova 2-door and you might just realize that yours is a little more valuable than you thought. Most all the 2-doors are unavailable, so now people are having to go 4-doors and wagons. The value is in the eye of the beholder. Good luck in your decision. scratchchin image

     


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    Nov 4, 2009 at 6:58 pm
    I've got a 4 Door Buick Wildcat. It's one of a kind at any car show that I've gone to including my Buick Club. Yeah the four doors don't get much attention, and all the two doors, and ragtops do, but hell there's nothing like miles of sheetmetal and knowing that you've put what you want into the car. Everybody want's the two doors, and ragtops. Give me a 4 Door anyday.

     

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