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1941 Saratoga

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My son owns a 1941 Chrylser Saratoga 4 dr in nice condition. He like to sell. Any of you guys know the value of a car like this and if it´s rare?

Michael, Sweden

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Chrysler made 15,868 six-passenger sedans (with rear suicide doors). They made 2,326 Town sedans (with front-hinged doors all around). Only photos will help us to determine about what it could be worth.

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some pics of the car. hope you can tell by these pics

Best regards

Michael

Chrysler made 15,868 six-passenger sedans (with rear suicide doors). They made 2,326 Town sedans (with front-hinged doors all around). Only photos will help us to determine about what it could be worth.

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Yes, that's the standard sedan. One of 15,868.

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Any idea of value of the car as my son like sell. Believe there´s not many of such car in Sweden, if any than this one.

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Can't really give you much of an idea of what the car would be worth in Sweden, but here maybe about $10,000.00 USD. Strictly a wild guess as I see it has some pieces missing inside and the interior looks to be redone in the wrong fabric. Maybe more being that it is a Saratoga.

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Thanks for your help.

The missing pieces will be put back in place by me later on. Have them in a box.

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Michael

QUOTE=keiser31;1094563]Can't really give you much of an idea of what the car would be worth in Sweden, but here maybe about $10,000.00 USD. Strictly a wild guess as I see it has some pieces missing inside and the interior looks to be redone in the wrong fabric. Maybe more being that it is a Saratoga.

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