is it worth $4500 64 dodge 440

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bodies done and painted has dash and grill might have bumpers and front/back glass has 8 3/4 rear. says had a 413 engine
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I would think so, as long as it does have the other stuff you mentioned. One of my favorite body styles !
 

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I would say yes for sure. An expensive Road ahead to complete it but body and paint are always super expensive (currently going through it on 64 Plymouth)
 

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He said he would send me pics,said it was a whole car before work was done but Ive heard that before. no seats
 

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Yes, if the body is actually solid/finished and includes the parts. 440'
 

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Good price if the car is fairly solid. Ask about the cowl- if it is rotten they are VERY hard to find, as are some of the other parts (good metal bumpers are also hard to find). Still, I would go for it myself. Lots of fiberglass pieces out there. Can always make a cool street/strip car out of her!
 
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It’s worth 4500 for sure. Probably has more than that in paint and body work
 

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Depending on what it comes with and if you don't have to strip the paint off to fix what's underneath. I wouldn't buy it without personally looking at it.
 

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Yes. Love 64's so much I keep dreaming about this one on Facebook. But very sound advice about rust and realistic expectations on this site for sure.

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That poor old convertible; bet she could tell a few good stories. The other 64' with the "Dirty Harry" windshield is interesting.
Even at that price for both, it would still be a $$$high dollar$$$ resto on the convert. Super cool though!
 
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Depending on what it comes with and if you don't have to strip the paint off to fix what's underneath. I wouldn't buy it without personally looking at it.
Of course, that's a prerequisite. "Never buy without an eye" as I say. But, if it's a solid body with quality metal and paint work, I'd go with a yay vote.
 

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I would take the drive to look at it 2 1/2 hours , but thinking how things are getting crazy on part prices it would be to deep for me. The OCD would get the best of me.
 

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OCD, I hear ya !
 

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