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  1. Wrench666
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    Can the HAMB minds tell me what this is from
    Thanks PART_1534292366300.jpeg
     
  2. BJR
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  3. flamedabone
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    16 minutes... you guys are slackin.

    -Abone.
     
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  4. Wrench666
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  5. Wrench666
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    Would you guys think it is worth $350 bucks in the condition it is in
     
  6. Mr48chev
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    It took Sancho that long to go out and take a photo of the car and transfer it to the laptop and then share it.
     
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  7. BJR
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    If you needed it, it certainly would be worth $350.
     
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  8. Wrench666
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    Okay good to know. I am talking to a guy that has more stuff and he wants $350 for all of it. There is this rear and other stuff I'm waiting for pics of what ever else he has. PART_1534292425988.jpeg
     
  9. alchemy
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    Personally I don't think the Buick front fenders and the Whatzit back half are even worth $100. If you are buying to resell, I think you will be holding on to them for a long time. Your mileage may vary.
     
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  10. Ebbsspeed
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    That Buick tin would probably work on a 37 too. I think the only difference in the 37/38 front end are the grilles.
     
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  11. Wrench666
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    I dont need the stuff but I really don't want to see it go to scrap either.
     
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  12. Be interesting to see what else he has,
    but so far all I see is really expensive yard art.
     
  13. Wrench666
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    Yea. I'm going to see what else he has and offer much less
    Never know might get it real chea
     
  14. xpletiv
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    from chiburbs

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  15. The snout would almost work on a '38 Chevy if someone was handy.

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  16. Wrench666
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    Not much up here.
     
  17. Wrench666
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    I have a 37 pontiac so maybe would work on there who knows what I would do with it.
     
  18. 54vicky
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    he may have trouble getting a scrapper willing to pay much if even any interest if they have to travel sheet metal is not worth anything as scrap prices are by the pound do the math. example 100 a ton= a $05 a lb 100 lbs=$5 if you really want it offer $50. then he will tell you no scrapper offered x than go from there like the old old is not gold good luck
     

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