What is this car worth in your opinion? Funny that my last post here was 2014; many years and mucho dinero later I want to share with you guys where this project is at. I've delayed this for all these years because there was always one more thing to do.... you probably know that story. So all these years later it's finally come time to part with my baby. No not my wife or child, my 65 Valiant convertible. I just real Tony Fields thread about what it costs to restore a car to a certain level and can relate 1000% about the time and cost, believe me when I say it adds up over 13 years. In my case I have peculiar tastes in cars. And I only really salivate over something nobody else has. The result of this craving is the cars pictured. So here is what I did....... Suspension and braking systemReinforced and gusseted K memberUpgraded upper control arms with offset bushingsMopar mid 70's Slider DIsc Calipersall new brake lines and wheel cylinders340 Torsion BarsKYG Shocks all aroundMopar Performance Master Cylinder (not installed)Just installed "firm Feel" 20:1 Steering BoxRebuilt steering coupler8 1/4 rear endupgraded to 14" Radial T/AsMopar Rally WheelsNew tie rod endsALL new MOOG bushingsTimkin wheel bearingsRotors Made In AmericaThe engine also got the full treatment.Only about 2,000 miles since rebuildMopar 302 swirl port heads with hardened valve seatsBronze guides and neoprene sealsNew oil pump, alternator, mini starterNew motor mounts3 angle valve grindEngle cam 440-210 436-214Edelbrock dual plane high rise intakeCarter AFB 650 cfmSpitfire HeadersDual exhaust with 20" glass packs and resonatorsFull advance timingNew shift cables for trannyAt this point she drove and rode like a new car, I mean a sports coupe quality ride, firm and responsive. It's nice to be able to cruise at 80-90 mph and feel like you are riding in a BMW. Time to pay attention to the interior. Since this is where I spend my time I wanted a little more than a bench seat and an AM radio. SO.........Custom Aluminum DashCustom Center ConsoleAutometer Tach and SpeedoAll Mechanical gauges oil/gas/volts/temp all workNew carpetAluminum composite door cardsBluetooth SpeakersBMW leather seats front and backnew window felts and guidesPush button startFully lined trunkThe exterior is primed and the chrome door handles and rear bumper are painted with rim paint. I removed all of the aluminum trim and the front bumper so it's pretty stealthy. Nobody around here knows what it is and I get thumbs up everywhere I go. But, Alas, What I thought would be my "forever car" has to go. We have decided to retire to Mexico and after a visit to our future home town I quickly realized it would be a big mistake to bring this car since the streets are paved with rocks; not cobblestones mind you, rocks. The curbs very in size up to 24 inches. Seriously the most reasonable mode of transport is probably a donkey. So, help me out guys and give me an opinion on what you think I should ask for the car. Of course I have a number in mind but I don't want to give it away. So let's hear it!!!!