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Bill reed

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Looking to spend many $$$ on a real Hemi 'Cuda. Or looking to buy a Hemi from a 70 'Cuda ? Looking for anything special ? Color ? Etc...
Real deal no trailer queens I realize it’s a long shot but hey got start somewhere, a far as color no you can’t be picky if you find one .
 

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What do some of you guys think a 70 Hemicuda 4 speed all original low mileage unrestored 2 owner car would be worth? All original high impact color car, buildsheet, all original components, running driving car, etc.
 

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What do some of you guys think a 70 Hemicuda 4 speed all original low mileage unrestored 2 owner car would be worth? All original high impact color car, buildsheet, all original components, running driving car, etc.
I would say between 175k-200k, in the condition that you described. I own an original (automatic), and think it's worth 150k-175k. I tend to be conservative, with my pricing, but I think I'm pretty accurate. Documentation and originality, is the key. Even old repair bills help to verify the accuracy of the mileage, etc.
 

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I agree with your estimates. I believe they could be higher for both cars since they are very original and unrestored.
 

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Well the same spec car you mention DID NOT SELL ON MECUM Indy this weekend and was BID TO 4.8 MILLION!
 

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I would say between 175k-200k, in the condition that you described. I own an original (automatic), and think it's worth 150k-175k. I tend to be conservative, with my pricing, but I think I'm pretty accurate. Documentation and originality, is the key. Even old repair bills help to verify the accuracy of the mileage, etc.
I would be willing to shell out 175k for a 4 spd hemi for sure
 

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I think the estimates are low for a good car. You will have to be lucky at those numbers. I bought one in March above your range, auto non numbers engine Dana.
 

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I think the estimates are low for a good car. You will have to be lucky at those numbers. I bought one in March above your range, auto non numbers engine Dana.
If that car is out of the Sacramento, Ca. area, I know it. It is an incredibly solid and fresh car, and worth the money you paid, as I have spoken to Eric, about it. However, the OP indicated that he didn't want a trailer queen, so I take that to mean a driver quality car. Your beauty, is far beyond that. My car was parked next to yours, at a show, and was a very painful reminder of the differences between a fresh restoration vs. a nice driver.
 

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If that car is out of the Sacramento, Ca. area, I know it. It is an incredibly solid and fresh car, and worth the money you paid, as I have spoken to Eric, about it. However, the OP indicated that he didn't want a trailer queen, so I take that to mean a driver quality car. Your beauty, is far beyond that. My car was parked next to yours, at a show, and was a very painful reminder of the differences between a fresh restoration vs. a nice driver.

yes I bought the Cuda from Eric. Very happy with the car as I bought it sight unseen however, I have known Eric for a while and bought a 340 Cuda he owned several years ago.
Eric’s Hemi Cuda is a great car but non numbers engine and automatic make it a great candidate to drive.
Driver Hemi Cudas are not easy to find and can vary dramatically in what you get. I sold this Hemi 4 speed Cuda two years ago less engine for a little over $130,000. It is an original TX9 car that had the passenger quarter poorly replaced many years ago along with a several other nicks and scrapes. It will take many dollars to get back to OE but there were no takers at my $160,000 price for a decent driver with tons of potential in the future.

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I have a 528 hemi for sale 5speed 410 dana rear for sale?? maybe 2k miles on the car
 
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