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Acadian Invader

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Hi..I recently came across the two side name plates and trunk plate of this pontiac acadian invader. I know it was basically a nova 2 sold in canada '62 to '67. Would any one know how I could obtain a value on these pieces..they are original, have some clips still on them and are in pretty nice condition. Not much to restore on them..minimal pitting. Thanx in advance for your help.

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Welcome to FP!!! but definitely some pics would definite help us out in deciding on what they might be worth. I'd say it really depends on the buyer as well, some people will pay enormous amounts of money for anything from back in '60s I've seen.

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Since all of the parts for the Acadian and the Beaumont were strictly sold in Canada the best place to sell them would be in Canada or the more northern states. For the side plates since ver few are being re-popped then depending on condition $50.00-$80.00

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Ummm :agreed: and yeah, as mentioned, the market for those would be in Canada, unless someone was trying to rebadge their ride...

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