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My friend Jody over at Lateral-G is building a 70 Chevelle and he will be selling tons of orig. parts. Brake booster, 12 bolt rear as I remember. I told him there are a bunch of good dated parts and to save it all.


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Ca. car it's whole life and not rusty. It is getting a complete new frame if someone wants west coast frame.
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I could use an original trunk mat & jack..Does it still have those?
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Jody has someone wanting to buy the frame but no idea on value. He says it is perfect, no scrapes or floor jack stuff etc. Value ?
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Ca. car it's whole life and not rusty. It is getting a complete new frame if someone wants west coast frame.
Wish you were closer. The last California frame I bought was insanely mint requiring VERY little work before paint vs all the others that I spend up to 100 hours fixing. Not sure how I would get it here but PM me your asking price.
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I would think the best way to sell the frame would be as a rolling chassis. All the other parts are going anyway.

Bare frame, as mint as you say, I would think would bring 1500.
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I thought Charley knew everything... I was wrong. I am doing a protouring build with this 70 Chevelle, and am completely out of my wheelhouse on pricing this stock stuff. You guys who restore these cars are amazing, you recognize the wrong bolt head, wrong finish, wrong bracket on these cars a mile away. My way is much easier, I just install or change whatever I want lol.

The car is pretty unmolested and still has most of the stock hose clamps, factory buckets and console, most all the stock stuff. I'm out of budget on my build so as I strip the car down I'm looking to sell this stuff to help fund new parts. I'm saving most everything and will come up with a list, but the pricing of this stuff is tough. I want it to be a good deal for everyone, but also don't want to give it away. I lean towards selling at less than maybe I could get by waiting, but the stuff sells right away.

I've had a lot of older cars, but this frame to me is super clean. No dents, scrapes from jacks, bent edges, rust damage, etc. I have someone interested but have no idea what to ask for it. Ebay seems stupid high on the frames that are cleaned up and powdercoated. Thanks for the info.

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Thanks for the heads up.
What is the assembly plant and the build date showing on the cowl tag?..Pic of that tag?
Is all the tinted window glass original?
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