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how much are parts cars going for now? I've got a 73 that has been somewhat stripped and has the passenger floor missing, bad engine, no transmission, no bumpers, no brakes, no door windows, no seats... well basically just what is shown in the pictures with rust at the bottom of the doors and elsewhere. Not a project car, just some body parts and a few interior panels. Is it worth anything to try to sell?

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As you are not knowing the value of the parts, selling them individually will definitely stress you out.

The only one that will make money off the stuff is either Grey Hound, FedEX, USPS, or UPS!

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I might be interested in a few parts if you are planning on parting it out.

I wasn't planning on it, what parts are you looking for? I'd rather see some of it go to use than recycled. I'm mostly looking to free up a spot in the garage so I can park my truck inside.

Those body panels and doors look pretty good. Should be able to get something for them if they are rust free.

The doors have rusted through near the bottom in a couple areas and have a crack growing at the top front on both. Most of the panels would only be good for someone that currently has some in really bad shape on their car

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I would be very interested in the steering wheel as well as the front two head light buckets. How do the headlight buckets look?

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I see that car has the same interior color as mine, if the pieces is in a good condition and you decide to part it out, let me know.

Chris

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