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Old 03-20-2012, 07:46 PM
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Buddy at body shop has acquired by default on work a very clean '57 Ford cab , doors , and hood . This cab ,doors and hood are in great condition with some minor pre paint work completed . What is a decent price to offer him for it ? Am very knowledgeable about '51 & '52 but know little about a '57 .I would like to stay under $1K .Thanks , Denny
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I would say $400 - $500 for the cab, $100 each for the doors and I am not sure on the hood, maybe $100 for it as well. That is what I paid, except for the hood, my hood was very good.
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I would base my price off on what the lean amount is on the truck! Usually stuff like this sellf for what the shop has in labor cost.
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I would base my price off on what the lean amount is on the truck!
So, if it leans only 2", it is worth more than if it leans a whopping 4"?

Or, do you mean "lien"? LOL!
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