<VV> VirtualVairs Digest, Vol 97, Issue 9

Alan Roehrich idoxlr8 at earthlink.net
Tue Feb 5 19:29:37 EST 2013

>Message: 2
>Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2013 13:23:56 -0500
>From: "Rick Norris" <ricknorris at suddenlink.net>
>Subject: Re: <VV> What's it worth
>To: "'Smitty'" <vairologist at cox.net>,	<virtualvairs at corvair.org>
>Message-ID: <000b01ce03cd$f624f800$e26ee800$@suddenlink.net>
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>I have an early model Janet.
>Tried some late model Carol's and a Sally once.
>Saw a late model Mona at a swap meet. Had a 140, 4 speed, and factory air,
>white with black interior. Engine was seized, needed work on the right front
>fender and left quarter, but no real rust. What was it worth?
>Smitty Says;  Half the people on the list will disagree with me but their
>opinions don't count.  Car cost $2,000,  Body work, interior and paint,
>$2,000.  Engine rebuild, $3,500 for parts and machine work (if you do it
>yourself).  That's $7,500 and you will have a car that looks and drives
>good.  Then you can start on the safety items.  $300 will put new shoes,
>lines, and hoses on it.  Tires $400 if you are lucky.  We are up to $8200
>and we hope the ball joints and rear bearings are good along with the
>suspension bushings, windshield wiper motor and fan motor. But it will be a
>great car and you will really enjoy it.

LOL Rick. I sent that from my phone while I was at work, and it fought me the whole time.
I realized it took the "z" out of Monza after I clicked send.

Smitty, I already have a 65 Corsa I'm working on, it'll be a great car, I think I'll enjoy 
it a lot.

I thought it would be interesting to see how far off I was on what it would cost to make it 
nice, and was wondering what it would be worth once it was finished. I was not too far off
on what it might cost. Thanks.

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