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|Steve||My dad was an Oliver mechanic back in the 50's at the "Oliver Stores" in New Gloucester Maine.
We were wondering how much a Super 99 would go for if one could be found?
How much are the more common 77's going for too?
Thanks for any responces.
|oleblu||The sharp S99 with a GM engine is highly sought after with prices in the $15,000 - $18,000 range. The 6 cylinder gas or diesel would be less than half that.
A nice 77 could be had for as little as $2000 on up to 5 - 6 thousand.
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