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71 coupe roller

I have a 71 coupe roller that I havn't done anything with for years. I bought it thinking that I was going to make a hot rod out of it and then I ended up putting the 3.2 I had for it into my 73. The car is very solid, the front pan has been replaced at some point and I replaced part of the passenger side rocker.

There is basically no interior. I don't have the original fenders or hood, but I do have replacements.

I have a 72 2.4 motor that I could put in the car along with a 71 trans.

My question is would I be better off putting the motor and trans in the car and at least getting it running, then selling it basically as a running project car?

Or just selling it as parts?

What are rollers going for these day's?

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The general rule is: don't add parts or labor. The roller could be worth the most as-is. $6-9K is my guess, subject to many, many details.

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