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Default What would a pair of 1974 Firebird GM NOS quarter panels be worth?

As the header states, I am looking for any input on what a left and right GM NOS quarter panel would be worth for a 74 firebird since it is a one year only part and not produced aftermarket.Any input is appreciated. Thanks

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I've seen them go for a 1,000 a piece.

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As the header states, I am looking for any input on what a left and right GM NOS quarter panel would be worth for a 74 firebird since it is a one year only part and not produced aftermarket.Any input is appreciated. Thanks
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You can charge anything you want for those panels. They are what is considered unobtainium. So I know what I would sell sets for. You would probably be close to the price that the car sold for in 74 new. It depends on how value the car has that needs them.

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