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Very nice. But bare bones. Might as well be a Super. So, with that in mind there surely is a limit to asking price for even a nice 4 door sedan.  
 

Used to be those of us who can’t afford sportier models would buy a 4 door sedan at a cheaper price to enjoy the hobby.  

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22 hours ago, usnavystgc said:

I think with these cars, if it doesn't have factory AC, the value is severely decreased.  

I agree it's overpriced, Phil.  But from a northern perspective,

it doesn't really matter to me whether or not my antique cars

have air conditioning.  Since A.C. isn't encountered often in

the typical 1950's car, I wouldn't pay extra for it.

 

From your Arizona perspective, I can see your opposite needs!

 

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5 hours ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

I agree it's overpriced, Phil.  But from a northern perspective,

it doesn't really matter to me whether or not my antique cars

have air conditioning.  Since A.C. isn't encountered often in

the typical 1950's car, I wouldn't pay extra for it.

 

From your Arizona perspective, I can see your opposite needs!

 

A/C is a necessity in our part of the country.

We added Vintage Air to our 1954 Cadillac convertible,

and I have been half-thinking about it for the '41, as well - In no rush, but the '88 Vette has no provision for wife's rolling walker, along with the normal luggage, and tools for cross-country which we have traditionally packed. 

 

Thay '55 Roady looks nice for a starter, but seems overpriced.

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