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D16136 Sep 27th, 19 09:26 PM

Input on potential nova purchase
 
I would love some input on this nova. They said they could do 17k. Is that still over priced?

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...0431177073375/

62 NovaWagon Sep 27th, 19 09:59 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Welcome to Team Nova!

Well, to begin with it's a "clone" and it has rust and dents, and it's a daily driver, wayyy over priced IMWO....

D16136 Sep 27th, 19 10:12 PM

Thanks! I am trying to find a nova or Chevelle. I thought this was a good one, I have no idea how to estimate a price on one. Thanks for your input. How much would you say it’s worth? It may help as I look for others.

brian oneil Sep 27th, 19 10:24 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
I agree with Big Dave :clonk:. Car is over priced in my opinion.

Philip Sep 28th, 19 09:41 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by brian oneil (Post 318039)
I agree with Big Dave :clonk:. Car is over priced in my opinion.

Did Big Dave PM you? He hasn't posted in this thread :devil:

Seriously it is way overpriced for the build and condition of the car.

brian oneil Sep 29th, 19 01:16 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Philip (Post 318043)
Did Big Dave PM you? He hasn't posted in this thread :devil:


Crap. I need to shoot myself :D

suelue51 Oct 3rd, 19 08:30 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Hi - my son will be putting a 1969 Nova on FB soon - and it's much better than this one - for a similar price. I would wait a bit.

62 NovaWagon Oct 3rd, 19 10:00 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Welcome to Team Nova!

Big Dave Oct 3rd, 19 11:16 PM

Re: Input on potential nova purchase
 
Welcome to the Team!

I haven't commented on this post because I haven't bought a new project in ages, and I wouldn't buy from an end used most of the ime with the access I have to scrap cars and wholesale lots. Biggest problem with "what's it worth?" questions is beauty is in the eye of the buyer. That and value changes in where you are.

What we would haul to the scrap yard for our $75 salvage fee, people in Australia, or Dubia would kill for. Like realestate it is all about location.

Big Dave


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