This is how I do it.
$325.00 a ton
Take them apart!!! Dan
I know in the musclecar world, many cars are worth more as parts than as whole cars. There is a practice called "creaming", where someone buys a somewhat rare car, "creams" off all the rare and valuable parts for sale separately, substitutes standard parts, then tries to sell the shell and standard parts as a "project car".
That is retarded.
Im with ya Dan !!!!!!!!
Keep 'em neat, clean, well maintained. They'll keep going up. Don't drive the shit out of 'em....like speeds past their designed limit
I'm not interested in T's for the money. I'm interested in the fun of driving something most people can't. Here on a campus of 600+ students, around 115 of which are Automotive Restoration majors, there are only three students I know of who can drive one well. And one is a Theatre major. It's a neat skill to have. Who cares if the car isn't worth millions of dollars. They're fun.