darren32

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Hi how is is everyone. Just wondering if anyone can tell me how much a mint excellent condition zero rust 1932 Ford Victoria body would sell for any help would be great. Thank you very much. Regards Darren.

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I don't have any photos as I havnt got or seen one up for sale as of lately but I was curious as of how much there worth as I would like to buy one if one came up just don't know What I'll need. Thanks.

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That's pretty tough to guess. Just the body or a whole car? Rusty pile or usable as-is? Complete or just a shell? There's no way anyone can give you a guess of any kind on something like this without some specifics. The range can be "a little" to "a lot," which I know isn't helpful.

 

Right now, your question is like asking, "How much does a diamond ring cost?"

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Just a body but that's ok mate I understand it is a hard question. Thank you very much for all your help. Regards Darren.

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Seen these at Hershey last year and they sold the first day. I Think the one in behind was a Victoria. Sorry do not remember the price. 

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Probably one of the roughest ones left that still resembles a whole car and is not just a body shell without a chassis,  will run 10G or so especially if it's mostly complete,  but everything has some rust or damage.

A mint body shell with no rust but all important parts such as dash firewall garnish moldings etc.  Could easily run 20 if it's really mint with no rust.  Complete cars that could be used but obviously far from pristine probably start near 30 and go up if you want pretty. 

I imagine restored ones that look and run good start at 50 and again go up a lot from there. 

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Google search Brooksville Roadster, they make reproduction bodies and can probably give you an estimate on a new one.

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Thank you very much auburnseeker your knowledge is very helpful very Much appreciated. And thank you to everyone else that has commented.

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A "mint excellent condition zero rust 1932 Ford Victoria body" would very likely be attached to a very nice chassis on a running car.  

 

Not likely an "excellent condition zero rust" Vicky body would be just laying around waiting to be used. 

 

 

 

17 hours ago, darren32 said:

Hi how is is everyone. Just wondering if anyone can tell me how much a mint excellent condition zero rust 1932 Ford Victoria body would sell for any help would be great. Thank you very much. Regards Darren.

 

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47 minutes ago, Pomeroy41144 said:

A "mint excellent condition zero rust 1932 Ford Victoria body" would very likely be attached to a very nice chassis on a running car.  

 

Not likely an "excellent condition zero rust" Vicky body would be just laying around waiting to be used. 

 

 

 

 

My thoughts exactly. I can smell a rat rod in the making

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