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Looking for some value info for my 64 wildcat convertible, grandma bought it new. It's not perfect but nice, runs, needs brake and exhaust work. The last time it seen the road was 2010. I did run it to move to a different storage unit this summer. It 445ci 2 speed, black with whit top and red interior

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Pictures might help us judge it better.

 

One good place on the internet is the website 

www.hagerty.com.  Hagerty is an antique-car 

insurance company, whose business naturally includes

valuing old cars.

 

Valuing a car without pictures is impossible (and not necessarily

accurate even with pictures), but Hagerty estimates the value

as $7500 in #4 condition and $12,800 in #3 condition.

Those conditions are widely used in the hobby and range from

#1 (a perfect car according to national show judging--trailered

and not driven) to #6 (deteriorated so much that it's useful only for parts).

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1 hour ago, cahartley said:

Good luck with whatever you decide.

Don't let naysayers and skeptics turn you off....... ;) .......hang in there....... :D

Thank you sir, I've bought and sold alot of cars but never one of these. I was wondering what kind of market there is for them. I usually mess with chevy stuff.

1 hour ago, cahartley said:

Good luck with whatever you decide.

Don't let naysayers and skeptics turn you off....... ;) .......hang in there....... :D

Undecided about selling, I love the car but it's been sitting and I don't know if I'll get to it.  I'm located in iowa

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15 hours ago, ols car dog said:

It would appear  my simple post has been removed.

,That was my reply to Smith Bros post.Are we being censored??

 

Your post that you are referring to contained the quote of the post that had gotten deleted by a moderator. That is why your post was deleted as it had no further value.

 

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Thanks Lamar. I did not realize that you were on today. As you have explained so well, there are limits to what can be said on the forums to take away from the enjoyment of our hobby.

 

Wayne

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It's easy to see why people come to us looking for

helpful opinions.  If any of us had an old Chris Craft boat

in our barn, or an old Sevres porcelain plate in our family,

we might have no idea of value, and turn to people in

those specialized fields for assistance.

 

Jesse, there are a good bunch of men and women in AACA!

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Sorry to have offended some folks.  

 

It’s time for me to devote my time to my art,  I agree, lots of good folks on the site, peeking in now and then will be best for all concerned.  NO HARD FEELINGS HERE.  

 

 Dale in Indy 

 

 

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