67 1600, whats a fair price?

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by datsunroadster » Sat May 21, 2016 2:50 am

fj20spl311 wrote:Is it getting late or ?

I don't read that frame VIN as being the same as the plate.
That 5th digit is not a "9" ....look at the font in the ID plate.
I read the # as 11198 on both.

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by datsunroadster » Sat May 21, 2016 3:02 am

bakerjf wrote:
datsunroadster wrote:Fyi: If Trailer Man faked this ID Tag, dirty engine pad, or frame #'s, tjen he should be working for CSI or as a props specialist. LmaoIMG_5309_zps9qmn9dy3.jpgIMG_5305_zpsmli4zgam.jpgIMG_5307_zpsumr6qhfp.jpg
Don't know if you have a car yet, but there are plenty of matching number examples here on the West Coast, with solid frames... Also, while 67.5 2000's are indeed rare, 67.5 1600's really aren't. Out here, that car would be good for one thing - parts. The economics of trying to turn that into anything makes zero sense me.
I hear you. I'm not 100% on this car. Especially at $5000. If I can buy it at anywhere from $2000- $3500 or maybe even $4000 max, I think its worth it. Shipping out from the west coast will run me a bit of change that I have to factor. Plus I'm looking for a project. Need something to do this summer. Let me know if you have something. The passenger side frame doesnt scare me. I've done frames on many cars. Datsuns are one of the easiest and cheapest to fix or replace. I just have to sell one of my many toys this weekend before the wife flips shit again. Lol

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by fj20spl311 » Sat May 21, 2016 3:54 am

There is/was a guy in Virginia Craig screen name "672000" that had a field of Roadsters.
Might try running him down.
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by notoptoy » Sat May 21, 2016 11:30 am

Craig Halsted, 672000 has a lot of stuff he'd be happy to move.
"When all else fails, force prevails!" Ummm, we're gonna need a bigger hammer here.

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by bakerjf » Sat May 21, 2016 12:27 pm

datsunroadster wrote:
bakerjf wrote:
datsunroadster wrote:Fyi: If Trailer Man faked this ID Tag, dirty engine pad, or frame #'s, tjen he should be working for CSI or as a props specialist. LmaoIMG_5309_zps9qmn9dy3.jpgIMG_5305_zpsmli4zgam.jpgIMG_5307_zpsumr6qhfp.jpg
Don't know if you have a car yet, but there are plenty of matching number examples here on the West Coast, with solid frames... Also, while 67.5 2000's are indeed rare, 67.5 1600's really aren't. Out here, that car would be good for one thing - parts. The economics of trying to turn that into anything makes zero sense me.
I hear you. I'm not 100% on this car. Especially at $5000. If I can buy it at anywhere from $2000- $3500 or maybe even $4000 max, I think its worth it. Shipping out from the west coast will run me a bit of change that I have to factor. Plus I'm looking for a project. Need something to do this summer. Let me know if you have something. The passenger side frame doesnt scare me. I've done frames on many cars. Datsuns are one of the easiest and cheapest to fix or replace. I just have to sell one of my many toys this weekend before the wife flips shit again. Lol
...all good. In addition to matching numbers, "California car it's whole life" would also enhance its pedigree down the road.
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by kevbo82 » Sun May 22, 2016 9:09 am

obviously in all car realms "numbers matching" is worth something to someone, to me thats exactly the point. Whats it worth to you? It's like an auction, get the right two guys in a room and tug their heart strings with a car and a "new value" can be set for a car. I would assume that trailer guys reserve is at least $2500, and bidding often heats up in the last few hours on ebay. I think if his reserve is below $3k it will sell. I think the car was worth the $2k when I looked at it, but I wasn't exactly desperate/hungry to find one right at this minute (need a new garage first!), so frame rust made it easy to pass up for me, but i'm sure it will make a great project for someone out there.

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by fj20spl311 » Sun May 22, 2016 5:27 pm

One less Flipper to worry about.
I hope he at least gets his $2K back, but I would bet he learned his lesion on flipping Datsun Roadsters
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by Linda » Sun May 22, 2016 6:22 pm

One less Flipper to worry about.
I hope he at least gets his $2K back, but I would bet he learned his lesion on flipping Datsun Roadsters
Lesions? Phil, you're a genius but you can't spell LOL

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by bakerjf » Sun May 22, 2016 6:34 pm

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by fj20spl311 » Sun May 22, 2016 6:40 pm

Linda wrote:
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Lesions? Phil, you're a genius but you can't spell LOL

Linda :lol:
Linda, your a "Cut Up"
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by Linda » Sun May 22, 2016 7:10 pm

LOL 8)
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by Rep529 » Mon May 23, 2016 1:06 am

I won the bid for the 1967 Datsun that you guys are talking about, now got to get it to California soon.

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by fj20spl311 » Mon May 23, 2016 9:21 am

congratulations.
Please post pictures of you progress on bringing her back to life.
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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by kevbo82 » Mon May 23, 2016 2:08 pm

Rep529 wrote:I won the bid for the 1967 Datsun that you guys are talking about, now got to get it to California soon.
Congratulations, if you start a build thread on this site or any others please post a link here, I would love to watch it come back to life. Best of luck with it!

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Re: 67 1600, whats a fair price?

Post by Rep529 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 1:04 am

The 1967.5 Roadster got delivered Friday
I did get it started, just changed wires, rotor, and fuel filter. And bought new battery. I also by passed the gas tank and used a temporary container as a fuel tank and she started right up. Then I had to change the clutch slave and clutch master and she drives fine. But sadly this car will need major rust repair to the frame.
Maybe to much work for me, I might resell it or just drive it for awhile then sell it.
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