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30K for a bastard T with an SC motor...hmm why not get the real thing a SC for a lot then then 30k and then backdate the SC to earlier car??? Sorry but what do you expect from a dealership on crack asking that much for non-orginal car...

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At the Hangover Rally this year, I saw this Signal Orange '73S coupe. The owner had turned down an offer for over $100K. The car looked like it had come out of a time machine -- even the door seals were original (photo below).

And, of course, there's the well-documented '72T coupe that brought over $40K on eBay only to go back on the market at $49K.

The top end of the market is very different from where we live.

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The top end of the market is very different from where we live.
This car doesn't belong at the top of the market. For $31,900, it needs door pockets, a 2.4 MFI, and a very well documented history.

It's a bastard. Nicer bastards than this have traded for a lot less.
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that car is over priced but that is par for that seller. I have been watching that site for years. Great guys, dont get me wrong but they often get people who dont know what they are looking for and maybe not even know about this board or the web. maybe there is 5-10 k premium in that car but more power to the seller if they can get it. it is a 72 and it is clean. granted not numbers matching but a clean car. I would say 20-23k would be more than fair.

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