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  1. Thank you all for the input. You've been very helpful. Any opinions on the Rolls?
  2. Its not, its a 1971 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow LWB in great condition. -Low miles -Original 8-cyl. 6750cc/NA hp 2x1bbl -Leather interior -Power seats -Power windows -Power locks -AC -Clear title -In-Dash clock -Cassette Player -Center console
  3. By the way, I do have a second classic vehicle I am having trouble valuing. Would it be alright with you if I ran it by you as well?
  4. Thank you, Matt, for the well rounded and educated input. I agree wholeheartedly in regards to having fun with the car and caring less about value, however we purchased this vehicle solely as an investment. I know nothing about cars and even less about project cars. We purchased this vehicle for $4850 in its current condition and thought it had the potential to offer me monetary value while offering someone else the value of enjoying rarity of the model--I just had a problem with setting the appropriate price due to my ignorance. I think I'll set the price at $7500obo and go from there. Thank you for your time
  5. Hey guys. I recently purchased this beaut at an estate auction of a deceased friend and car enthusiast.: 1968 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback (rare body style for this year--even google searches are scarce) Powered by its original 200cu in 3.3L I6 Original interior Racing wheels & tires Runs and drives Clean title We've had the car appraised by Iberia bank and it was assigned a trade-in value of $7600 in its current condition, not taking in effect current market trend. We tried searching for this exact make, model and year and I simply cannot find a 1968 fastback anywhere so my efforts to price it according to market has been moot. I don't know much if anything about card, so I was hoping to get some insight as to your opinion regarding the value of this vehicle. Any help would be appreciated. PS: Yes I've tried 'classic car value estimators' but they're all over the place and they don't take into account market trend.