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Old 12-19-2021, 04:02 PM   #1
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Value of 1970 Cutlass?

Curious as to what folks think the value of this 1970 Cutlass is. It's a regular Cutlass, NOT a real 442.
Has a tired Olds 350 in it. No posi rear so one wheel peel bonanza!
Has some rust bubbling under the paint near the door. Underside looks clean. Trunk pan & floor pans seem to be solid.
Does not have working heat or AC, but comes with a complete Vintage Air kit (Not installed)
Disc brakes up front, drum in rear
Power steering, power brakes, manual windows and locks
Does not seem to be loaded with bondo (Magnet sticks to quarter panel)

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Old 12-21-2021, 08:31 PM   #2
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Re: Value of 1970 Cutlass?

Google: "Edmunds what is my car worth" That will give you a better estimate then I can give… Although I don't know if they go back that far.

All depends on what it is worth to you… And what it is worth to the seller really.
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