Ok, long story short, I have my '70 fastback basket case, and I bought a "parts car" that is just as bad. I really just bought it because it had a toploader 4spd in it with a hurst z-gate shifter and strange built 9" rear end, and the guy only wanted $1000 for it (no engine, body really bad, wrecked interior). Eventually I will decide which car iam actually going to fix (the "parts car is seeming appealing actually) and then I have to figure out what to do with the other one. So my first question is a general one, when the price is near free, how far gone can a 70' fastback be and still be worth fixing? (both are F code v8 cars) I need to decide if I should attempt to sell the extra car, or chop it and sell the parts, seems kinda wrong to do so though, its still technically fixable. The only reason both cars are fixable to me is because I have a welder and am going to school for autobody so I have lots of time and room to work and free access to a frame rack too. Also when it comes time to get rid of one of them (summer at the earliest), assuming its worth fixing, how do I sell it in such a way so as it goes to someone who can fix it and won't just strip it for parts (I could do that myself). I figure there must be someone with skill out there who wants one but can't afford a nicer one. I can post more on them with detailed descriptions if anyone is actually curious, but pics would be useless because theyre both dissasembled and dirty. BTW, if anyone is really familiar with the Rock falls drag strip in Wisconsin here, you may have seen this car before, its blue with lots of stickers, some of which say rock falls, and a huge ass snorkel scoop on the hood, and it apparenly was bought locally here I think the guy said as far back as 20 years ago (he forgot) and brought to MN to sit "awaiting resto" the guy he got it from had cut the rear fender panels off starting to fix it and never put new ones on. Definetely a full time drag car though. No heater box and had 4 point cage and tied the frame underneath by welding pipes to it, and the rear end has a spool too.