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  1. Gene
    November 3, 2014 @ 9:29 pm

    Didn’t you mean it’s expected to go for $500,000? That American Graffiti ’55 Chevy price that Road and Track Magazine has posted on their website was for a replica. The real American Graffiti ’55 Chevy is probably worth closer to one million.


  2. Gene
    November 4, 2014 @ 7:05 pm

    You need to add another zero after your $50,000 estimate on the Two-Lane Blacktop ’55 Chevy. What was your source for that info?


  3. car junkie
    November 25, 2014 @ 4:26 pm

    Interesting comments on bangshift.Com on this topic.What he paid for the car , looks like there is more to this story of this car .To drop 500 grand on a car he paid 40 grand for and where is the real d
    documentation other than Richard Ruth ?
    Walt has been blogging on his site and jalopyjournal.Com and heavy questions were being ask , then the forum was shut down . What is the real story , the truth lies somewhere I belive in Moncton New Brunswick Canada with the previous owner and Walt Bailey .According to Walt Bailey he does not have contact with previous owner appreantly he is a very private person but reading blogs from people who know the previous owner there is more to this story than we know !


  4. James
    November 26, 2014 @ 1:27 pm

    Thanks for the insight on the bangshift discussions. I not sure why there is so much focus there on what the previous owner sold the car for and how it is relevant to what the car will go for at auction. I once bought a ’63 Chevy that was in pieces. I restored it and made a tidy profit. The price I paid for it was irrelevant to the price I sold it for.

    If the Two Lane car’s original builder says it’s the car, then it’s the car. It doesn’t need any more paperwork than that.


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