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BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER.... A's, G's & E's


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    64-66 g van wanted

    gregb
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    Post by gregb Fri Sep 11, 2015 4:13 pm

    want 64-66 g van - willing to pay fair dollar, want something finished
    m1dadio
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    Post by m1dadio Fri Sep 11, 2015 5:22 pm

    What Vancouver are you at?

    It will be helpfull to describe "something finished" do you mean $50.000 ready for Baret jackson Auction? I have seen vans for sale the owner believes is finished with asking prices from $4000 to $20000 US dollars and higher. I know its not a good policy to state how much you have to spend but what is out there is all over the map price and quality wise.


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    gregb
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    Post by gregb Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:13 pm

    M1D - I am in Vancouver BC
    I am thinking 10-12.
    theres one for sale in Vancouver Washington for 15 and its what I would like but just a tad high in price.
    yes , prices vary extremely .....
    looking at some of the work that is done on these they a labors of love no doubt.
    if you hear of anything let me know
    cheers
    Lazarusvan
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    Post by Lazarusvan Sun Sep 13, 2015 1:38 pm

    If the owner in Vancouver was wise, he would take $10,000 for that van. He is too high. Make him an offer and let him know you plan to make the interior more to your taste.

    For all that money, it's still a manual. For $12,000, if you go that high, it better not need anything.

    My two cents.
    kookykrispy
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    Post by kookykrispy Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:02 pm

    I don't think its overpriced.  

    Actually 'finishing' one of these vans takes a huge investment of time, money and effort.  

    With everything involved, $15k is actually a very reasonable price.

    If you want to pay less, get a running/driving 'fixer-upper' and finish it yourself.

    I am considering selling my '65 Hella Sunshine, but I can tell you I will be asking alot for than $15k for it
    gregb
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    Post by gregb Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:17 am

    Yes to do it proper is big bucks and a lot of work. i agree it probably has more than 15 in it but its more than i want to pay for my mid life crisis ....
    cheers
    Oscarm
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    Post by Oscarm Mon Sep 14, 2015 2:02 pm

    If it's really 'as advertised', it's a steal. No doubt he has a pile more than the 15 grand in it. Some comments about the fact that it may not be an automatic...no clutch pedal kinda says it all.
    If this is the style you're looking for, and he's near you, then grab it. Personally, I like the funky interior. You won't build your own for the price he's asking, and shopping for something that's just cheaper, will get you just that: A cheap job.

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