Should i keep my car

Asked by Jun 09, 2019 at 06:27 PM about the 1974 Ford Torino

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

I have a 1974 ford gran torino elite it has 500,387
miles on it. What should i do

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That's pretty amazing. Does the car have sentimental value to you? Is or was it a restoration project that maybe you lost interest in, kinda sorta? If the car does have sentimental value to you I think you should keep it and fix or restore it as best as you can and enjoy it. You'll regret selling it if that's the case. My 2000 Grand Prix has alot of sentimental value to me. It was my Nephew's first car. When I bought it in 2013 it became my project car. It will cost more to restore it than it'll ever be worth. But that's not important to me. I enjoy working on it and driving it sometimes. If this is a restoration project that you're no longer interested in, sell it. That you won't regret. Especially when you see the enthusiasm in the new owner when they come to get it. That's actually a pretty good feeling! Hope that helps! Jim

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Restoring it would be a labor of love as you won't recoup your money when you sell it.

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