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1937 lafayette nash 4-door


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hi im a noob here and this is my first post. i came across what is a 1937 layfette nash 4-door in decent condition. it dose need restoration but its all there n pretty much stock. motor is free and dose run. but it needs a fuel pump. i am not sure how much the car is actualy worth in the condition it is in. i was asked to sale this car for a friend that has it. he got it when his father passed away a few years back. but realy i would like to rat rod it out n just buy it for my self but its to nice of a car to do what i would do to it. pluse i just dont have the time or money. ill try to load sum pis of it on here if i can get it to work.... just lookin to find out what the fair market value on a car like this would be worth to sum one or what to expect at a auction. thanks!

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Guest kellerf
hi im a noob here and this is my first post. i came across what is a 1937 layfette nash 4-door in decent condition. it dose need restoration but its all there n pretty much stock. motor is free and dose run. but it needs a fuel pump. i am not sure how much the car is actualy worth in the condition it is in. i was asked to sale this car for a friend that has it. he got it when his father passed away a few years back. but realy i would like to rat rod it out n just buy it for my self but its to nice of a car to do what i would do to it. pluse i just dont have the time or money. ill try to load sum pis of it on here if i can get it to work.... just lookin to find out what the fair market value on a car like this would be worth to sum one or what to expect at a auction. thanks!

I am in Fort Worth. What price are you thinking?

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This looks like a good project for restoration. Are you ready to quote a price?

Don't know this site very well, but will try to establish contact with you on this.

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