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Cassady, Restoration can vary wildly in cost. Let me try to answer that question specifically in a few days. For now, suffice to say, a ‘full’ restoration on a car that is sitting in a field and has degraded nearly into the ground or ‘back to its elements’ will cost more than the end product might achieve in the market place. On a car which is a driver and has simply worn down over the years will be much less costly and some can be ‘freshened’ without getting ‘underwater’. More soon . . .
On average how much does a restoration cost?
Thanks for the kind words Steve and happy motoring to you once you complete the resto!
You have great information on W113. I’m just in middle of restoring W113 1968 280SL euro model 4 Spd. The entire body of this car has been replaced with all OEM parts include flows frame rails rear sub frame outer sections of Furwall
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