I dunno. I guess that is upto the buyer. But for mine. He wants 14k as that is his buy it now price. For similar dollars you could find an xb gt hardtop instead of the goss.
True...I reckon' a stock original Gossy in tip top nic is well worth those sort of dollars, but would be concerned about one that has been heavily modified (purely for collectability reasons). Dosn't mean its not a good car though. Old story, if someone really wants it, they will pay!
Saw one in a Southwest Sydney car yard a few years back and immediately did a U-ey to check it out. Only to find it was a bit of a rust bucket (practically needed a new roof), had a 351 in it, shite interior and by the end of inspection i wasn't even convinced it was a JGS. Had about $7K on it! Believe it may have been picked up by exporters and may well be OS. If someone managed to salvaged this one in any form: JGS, MM..., it is one of those cases where I don't care where it ended up!
On the plains of hesitation bleached the bones of countless millions.......
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