You can get some $ out of restored lubesters but not super easy thats for sure, last one I sold was 1.8k or so. Restoration time and cost can be significant on these. Just the paint / primer material cost is like $300 alone if your doing your own painting with a good urethane base/clear system. What sucks about lubesters is the body work, straightening them out it usually a bear!!! Usually have to shrink the metal to get rid of the tin canning effect on the metal.
Last edited by Paul Bell; Wed Sep 12 2018 10:20 AM.