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    1976 aspen r/t

    got a good project aspen I was going to use parts for another build but with the help of rattle trap got the fender tag decoded an its a number matching kind of rare car so instead of me cutting it up I would like for it to go to someone that would put it back on the road motor asking $1000 O.B.O. if your interested I can send pics I cant get mine to upload but my number is 918-649-7717

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    Stupid attachment manager.

    Needs plenty of work but a Great car for the collector. Not running from underhood wiring issues after storage.

    Original Nov-75 build pre-Superpak R/T. A2 silver cloud, K6W stripe, black/white. Dark Red highback bucket seats, console with good lid, FOLD DOWN REAR SEAT!!! A/C!

    Needs typical driver quarter patches, trunklid, passenger quarter, pass door patch @ rear lower, pass fender, grille, front floor pans, and expected miscelaneous. Don has a rare car here and is pricing it to move into a collectors care for restoration rather than cobble it together just enough to fool someone with Internet pictures and four times the asking price.
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    You have to be smarter than the pictures. Try the picture help in the trouble shooting section of the website.
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    He's guna send me the exterior pix. The main structure is pretty darn solid! Cosmetically it's rough.
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    Without looking at the fender tag decoder I'd say the optional Flintstone drive has been added later.

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    Wow too bad steel recycle prices aren't higher.
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    It's not too bad. Typical repair stuff on a rare version of a first year Aspen R/T.
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    I didn't know till now that the F had a fold down back seat option.
    I thought that was a A Body only thing.

    I had one in a Dart once.

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    you would have to be real ambitious and be able to do the work yourself or you would have waaaayyyy to much $$$$$$$$$$ into it

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    I have no financial interest in whether it's saved or parted out. But I think it's being misjudged here from the additional 60 or so pix I've seen.

    How many similar condition R/T's & RR's that barely ran onto a trailer sold last year for double or triple? Don's trying to do the right thing here with a Rare car.

    My book doesn't even include C73 fold down rear seat figure for 76. But across all V8 NL29'S for 77 there were only 776 built. How many do you figure for 76? Half that? How many ended up in an R/T? Has anyone ever even seen it in dark red? Ever?

    I really think this car would make a good project. For what it actually needs, it's not a lost cause and certainly priced very well against comparable cars.
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