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  • More questions. Golden Hawk in Oz.

    Okay, I've been inquiring about this Golden Hawk...

    http://www.autotrader.com.au/cars-fo...cktext=Results

    The motor in it seems to be from a later model...60-61. That's what the owner says. I still haven't checked it out yet. How much of a difference in value does that make?

    Thanks all.

    ps...I've a heap more pics to throw up once I'm more time prepared.

  • #2
    The number matching need is totally up to you, the fact any old car is number matching does and will always add value. Now, if all you want is a complete "representative" car.......GO FOR IT! "IF" you want a CONCOURSE car this one would not be my choice for any discounted price, if I am judging the C/K class I will look to engine numbers and make sure the supercharged cars have the PS prefix.
    It is an addiction!

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    • #3
      Thanks jb

      Some pics.Click image for larger version

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      You guys don't know how proud of myself I am in just being able to post pics.

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      • #4
        By the way, this was a Pennsylvania car in the early 90s. Came to Oz mid 90s.

        Anyone know anything?

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