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Old 03-18-2011, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1969 Boss 429 barn find on "What's my car worth?"

I can't seemt o find any video of it or much info, but i was watching HD Theater last night (Directv channel 281), and on the show "What's my car worth?", a gentleman brought his barn find 69' Boss 429. He found it somewhere in northern california, and i think he said he paid $100k for it. I twas pretty much all complete.

But long story short, why don't i have this guys luck? I mean come on. The things i would do to have that car...
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Old 03-18-2011, 06:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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As the experts said on the show, "you could get underwater quick trying to restore this car". Maybe you ARE LUCKY you didn't get the chance to buy that!

Personally I think he'd be lucky to find someone with $50K for that rust bucket.
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Even in this economy, the B9 in prime restored condition is selling north of $200k. If the car is complete, you'd be hard put to spend your way upside down in that.
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