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1962 Cadillac Fleetwood valuation


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I need help valuing a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood for sale. Body appears to be in good shape. I know that it's not running, but I don't know the condition of internals. I'll provide more information this afternoon. Can anyone estimate its potential value?

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Guest LuxDriver

Not enough pics or info to tell us.. EBay shows U sold numbers..try that. Then first we have to know what you have..in ,n out..to help you. Mileage, air ,original paint n interior??

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I would second the 4,000-5,000 If the paint and chrome are pretty good especially if it's pretty much rust free and has a pretty good interior. (not needing paint chrome or interior to any degree)   The drivetrains are pretty bullet proof but some of the accessories are troublesome. Figure you will spend atleast a couple grand probably getting it roadworthy if it's been off the road for a long time in brakes, tires,  cooling system etc.  Give us a few extra photos interior and underhood especially to let us give you a better valuation.

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Seat upholstery appears to have been re-done incorrectly.  That would be a very expensive item to replicate in an authentic manner.  

 

I recently sold this one on Ebay for $8,700 -- a running, driving car that, while far from perfect, seems to be in substantially better condition than the craigslist car.

 

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Brian. There is no comparison between the two. If yours is an 8 this is a 3 at best. Wayne

Seat upholstery appears to have been re-done incorrectly.  That would be a very expensive item to replicate in an authentic manner.  

 

I recently sold this one on Ebay for $8,700 -- a running, driving car that, while far from perfect, seems to be in substantially better condition than the craigslist car.

 

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