Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: west of Atlanta
It depends, doesn't it? Are you going to drive it "as is," or put it back original? Because that makes the proposition two different things. "As is," assuming no rust or marginal repairs, it's at least a $30-35K car. But, if that's your budget and you want to return it to original, or close, then you're looking at another, what, $10K? If you want to drive it as-is for a year or two and then flip it, like any car done to the taste of a PO, selling it for what you think it's worth might be difficult. When you start getting into the high-end territory of true K-codes, originality counts for much more than, "well, it's a nice Shelby clone." Apologies in advance if I, too, failed to answer your question.