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Hello. I have a HT and Hk sedan available and was wondering what price I would put on these projects?
The HT 1970 is complete minus grill, motor and rims. Comes with Compliance plates. Chrome work is complete including badgework, undamaged front and rear bumpers in good order. Complete interior. Bonnet and boot good, doors ok as is all glass. Rust is present in underbody and bottom of front fenders.

HK Belmont 1968 has matching numbers with Compliance plates. Bonnet, doors in good condition, chrome work incuding badgework, undamaged front and rear bumpers good. Complete interior. No drivers side front glass and rear lights including neat 12 inch cut around light assemblies and boot lid. Rust is present in underbody and bottom of front fenders.

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The unique car price guide for a HT HK Sedan in condition 3 is $1700 to $1800. Condition 3 (which yours does not satisfy) is defined as follows (it's only one data source and supposedly based on actual sale prices vs what people advertise for - as there can be a significant difference) :

CONDITION 3

BODYWORK: Moderate rust is inevitable, although chassis firewall and other structural areas should be sound. Minor body damage is common. Paint is likely to be faded with uneven colour. Body filler usually found in panels but unacceptable in structural areas. Bright work should be basically complete and major components like the grille must be fitted. Re-chroming or polishing of most parts will be required.

INTERIOR: Seats need to be structurally sound but will normally need recovering. Floor coverings are likely to be damaged or missing. Door-trims should be fitted but may need replacement. Vinyl dash tops usually cracked or warped.

ENGINE BAY: Engine should run but work will be needed. Engine bay is likely to be dirty and oil-stained. Hoses and fuel lines may need replacement for vehicle to be reliable.

UNDERBODY: Will show signs of neglect and damage (dents, stone damage etc) but should be free of major rust. Chassis/structural members need to be straight. Suspension components and exhaust will usually need replacement.

WHEELS/TYRES: Wheels should be free of major damage, tyres will normally need replacement.

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