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Thinking about turning my survivor cuda that has been partially restored, to a resto-mod that looks like this AAR, complete with same Year One 17" aluminum wheels.

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I have owned several original classics in the past, some that I restored myself.  What I have learned is that value is either in the eye of the beholder, or a numbers matching trophy car like an AAR or 440 hemi or Boss 302.  Short of that, good luck trying to get anywhere near your asking price. Unless you just luck out and someone has to have it.  I will never get the money I think my cuda is worth, so heck, why not make it look like one of the coolest muscle cars ever....AAR.

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I will eventually. It's back on jacks getting new torsions, shocks, and quicker ratio pitman arms.

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:roflmao: at the car guy comment! ;)

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