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Where is this EC? Texas?

Is this a real SS? Solid?

Interested but not sure it is feasible as I am in NJ?
 

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I can't say what a fair price would..in the eyes of the beholder. If it is complete and the frame is not severely rusted in the vulnerable areas it is a candidate for a resto or some makeover. I think the price is reasonable if you want it. But, there is a lot of work to be done. If it is a genuine SS itshould be a buy.:dontknow:
 

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4th gens are hard to restore, body and trim wise, but for a grand or less, I would take a look.
Be advised that by the late 70s the SS was mostly a sticker and trim package not a true HP brute.
 

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Some guy just offered $750, but he is just going to part it. Someone please save it and keep it rolling.
 

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I have to pass on this one, just too far away.

Good luck.

Bruce
 

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if it was tax return time, i'd be making a road trip down there. seems to be in better shape than my 74, and i could frankenstein a bunch of parts from mine.
 
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