Well, that would depend on a few things. First, do you like the truck/styling etc... Second, how much would he be willing to sell it for. Lastly, in what condition is this truck in. Another thing to think about is that trucks of any vintage (few exceptions) just aren't worth much restored or not. What I'm saying is, you'll probably be able to find a truck that someone has restored or has started restoring, who's selling for several thousands less than what it may cost you to restore your neighbors truck.Kathryn L.Holck said:A neighbor has an old Ford in his grove with junk in the back. It is a 2-tone white with blue and looks like a 70's model. Is it worth fixing up if he is willing to sell?
...................Kathryn , it all depends !! Parts for these old trucks are Expensive , especially body parts . If, your expectations aren't too high it might be worth looking into . Is it drivable, what kind of shape was the motor in when parked??? Maybe the clutch went out and he just didn't want to put any more money into it . It would be worth interviewing the guy just to see what he says about it's condition . ....fordy...Kathryn L.Holck said:A neighbor has an old Ford in his grove with junk in the back. It is a 2-tone white with blue and looks like a 70's model. Is it worth fixing up if he is willing to sell?