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  1. All, Thanks for your comments so far. Royce, I especially appreciate your generous offer to take the car off my hands, but I think I’ll go my own way for now! So I finally got a chance to take a good look at the car today and while it's not as mint as I had been led to believe, it’s still a very nice daily driver that could be upgraded pretty easily. The car has 105,852 original miles. Its owner is an 82-year-old woman (literally a little old lady) who purchased it new. She doesn’t drive much anymore so the car hasn’t gotten a lot of use the past five years. Although its been stored in a garage during these years, there’s still some rust, most notably in the rear hatch area. The dash is cracked (typical) but everything seems to be working just fine. There are also two snow tires, chains and some OEM parts available. Hmmm, I can’t think of much else, so why don’t I just give you the URL so you can check out the pictures yourself. As always, thanks for your thoughts/suggestions/ideas and of course, offers to purchase. All the best, David in Seattle
  2. Hello all! A friend of mine has asked me to help her sell her mother's '71 240z but I have no idea how to price it. A quick scan on collectorcartraderonline.com shows a price range from $1,700 to $12,900-needless to say quite a range! This is an original car, literally driven by what is now a little old lady. It has around 106k miles and has been repainted once, probably in the late 80s. Any advice, suggestions, ideas how to fairly price this vehicle would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help. David in Seattle
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