78 GT $18,500 LA. CA.

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  1. RANCHEROROB

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  2. 1978GT

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    $4000 for the Ranchero, $14,500 for the fuzzy dice.

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  3. TestDummy

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    That's about right. The sunroof detracts from the value, too. So, $3,500.

    Side note: I put one of those sunroofs in just about every car I owned back in the 80's. Many removed from cars at the junkyard. What a waste.
     
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    This guy has not a clue ,with out fist fulls of 100 dollar bills coming along with this ride, Its value is diminished severely when that large hole got cut in the roof ,
    it looks to be pretty nice besides the that hole and smelly Dice
     
  5. ribald1

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    I am pretty sure I saw that one on this site before. Dice and all.
    As to the price, it's LA.
    Lots of people with more money than brains down there.
     
  6. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    As opposed to the Bay area where they have more money than common sense, electrician's excluded of course.
     
  7. Jeff B

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    Hey, I resemble that remark! Except for the brains thing. And maybe the money too.
     
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    I get the joy of dealing with millennials who don't know how to change a light bulb, but make 200G a year.
     
  9. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    You must work cheap, or when you want, that's almost poverty level there.
     
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    I work for the property management companies that run the buildings. The management COs get charged my lowest rate, $110 an hour with travel charged at full rate.
     

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