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Old 01-20-2008, 10:00 AM
joe1946 joe1946 is offline
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Default original vs modified

I'm sure this has come up before, I tried looking in the archives and got lost.
Do the birds loose any value by modifying them? That's probably too broad of a question. I don't mean anything radical. My 60 HT isn't anything special as birds go, no air, no power windows or seats, it's just a really nice original bird. Probably the nicest toy I've owned. I don't know if changing wheels/carbs/some chrome on the motor/front discs or stuff like that would change the value or the car. I'm already starting to change it by adding a PCV system. I'm assuming that if I keep anything that I take off it means someone else can put it back to original.
I do enjoy driving the car-when I can- they're talking zero or below for a couple of days, I'll have to wait to spring but now she's in a heated garage and I've got time on my hands and a credit card that isn't maxed out yet.I just don't know which way to go with her and guess it's time to ask the pros.
Any suggestions??
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