Most of the people who do an SAS have gotten them for around $150 (that's what I paid) If your greedy and the buyer is stupid, you might get $300+
But I'd expect $150-250. Also, the best years were 84&85, since they had larger gussets. You 80 model is weaker, and may not fetch quite as high a price as an 84 or 85, if the buyer knows what their doing.</font>
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