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Awesome car. Whether he's asking 70k or 1 billion dollars, he'll get what somebody's willing to pay for that particular car. Or not.
that is immaculate ... but I think 70k is a far far stretch. That's hemi territory !
I think it would bring 30-35k to the right buyer. I sold my original paint 4-speed 71 RR for 27,500 and it was as nice.
Worth maybe a third of that price, maybe. Nice car but the motor is the wrong color. N code should be orange.
We’re both a/c and non a/c assemblies orange in 71 or was there even another engine color in 71?
All of the 71 N codes that I've owned were orange, a/c or not. Yes blue was the other motor color in 71
That's very interesting. I wondering how long he's had it and where he got it. That looks identical to the one I had except mine needed restored. I bought it out of Tenn.
no do get me wrong , if it was 35 K I by it all day but 70 K is a bit much shouldn't there be a side stripe ?
I know the guy who owns and restored this car. He restores Mopars and does excellent work. I’ve seen this car in person and it’s just as nice as it is in pictures. I don’t know if he will get 70k or not, but this guy knows his Mopars.
Yes it looks like a real nice car. Only I saw wrong is the motor color. Fact is that these cars don't bring big money unless it is a Hemi car. We have had 71 V code just as nice and couldn't get more than the 40's for it.
It has a lot of the oddball factor that Mopar guys love. It's a build it yourself from the option book (and the factory) Roadrunner, including some way cool options, even for an RR, without a 1971 era Roadrunner insurance bill. I would NEVER put a RR stripe on that car. Did non "name" N code cars get HP stamps?
Very nice car, but not 70 grand worth of nice.
No , blue. Turquoise ended in 69.
It is a very nice car...never mind the price....you can negotiate that I'm sure.
Apparently, the "Plus" in "Satellite Plus" means it's worth at least 2x a Satellite. Otherwise, I like the car.
I love it but only worth 35K
We all know using a resto shop at $100 bucks an hr, a full tilt resto like this could get to 70k pretty quick. That's why most of us work on our own stuff because its not cost effective to farm it out. Wrong car to that kind of money in, but we all have our own prefs. Nice fkn work tho, look at it!! Mint in every direction!
Can't believe no one's said it's worth what someone will pay