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Yep same old story, purchased an old car and thinks its value is that of a Dusenburg and they are going to make big bucks on the sale. I've seen it over and over again. Inherit a car or buy one dirt cheap and then try to make a killing on it thinking it has to be worth a fortune because it's over 70 years old. I've seen so many cars turn to dust or should I say a rust pile because people refuse to let them go at what they are really worth or a fair price so that someone can buy them and get them back into our historic car market.  Also so many buy them and just don't have any idea of what the cost is to restore a car today. Much much more than the purchase price or value that's for sure.

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