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    Default Local Car broker called me about HLS30-001345

    I took a look at this today here in Richmond. A local car broker picked it up from the owner since 1972. She had rust repaired and paint (purple) in 1984. Matching Engine, 75000 miles, He is trying to establish a value and make some decisions about whether to sell as is or paint it and do some minor work on it prior. It was originally the mustard yellow. It has one spider crack in the dash.
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    Jerry Purcell
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    1972 HLS30 93606 IZCC Registion #105 Original owner back home after full restoration by Classic Datsun Motorsports

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    Looks like the engine compartment has been blacked out. How is the rest of the interior? Still have the original radio in it? How does it run and drive? Does the suspension need any attention? If it still has the original radio in it and everything else is in very good shape, given the relatively low VIN, I would say $14K - $16K. The purple and blacked out engine bay hurts it. Is it better than the original mustard yellow, I would almost say yes. Paint it a more popular color and match the engine bay to it, its $18K+ all day long. I would love to know what the broker picked it up for. Better yet, the story on how he or she found it!
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    NADA Classic Car price guides show retail pricing between $8,300 and $28,500 with the average retail price of $16,000.
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    It does like like it has a sunroof
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    Quote Originally Posted by bartsscooterservice View Post
    It does like like it has a sunroof
    No it does not have a sunroof installed.
    Jerry Purcell
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    1972 HLS30 93606 IZCC Registion #105 Original owner back home after full restoration by Classic Datsun Motorsports

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