I think because of the rarity and condition as well as the professionally installed 3.5 conversion... can't go wrong. This thing is reliable and has big balls. You could flog that thing every summer for longer than you will be alive and it will still be there, for your grandkids to drive.
That being said, I'd still aim for about 12-15k depending on how it checks out. I'm talking never repainted, no body filler anywhere, no rips in the interior, all scheduled maintenance. Everything.
We need to respect the fact that to a rich collector, this thing will easily sell for 17k.
Performance one step at a time.
Last edited by InfiniteDice; 07-02-2011 at 11:07 AM.