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Subject: Hot Rod Price Question


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Erin
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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 11, 09:03:pm

Hi all,
I have a question on how to price my hotrod for sale. It is a 1937 Dodge Pickup Truck, chopped/convertible top, 350 Chevy engine, mustang transmission. It was built by my dad and myself and has many "replacement" parts (fiberglass fenders, custom tailgate, etc). It has been sitting in a garage for a long time with it's windows open, so it needs interior work (has wasps nests, etc inside). It needs a tune up, but I do think it will run once it has that. While I love this truck, it is time to sell it. I have no idea where to price it! Any suggestions on how to determine best price (I'm very willing to negotiate and don't want to go through any long selling process)

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