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My father-in-law recently passed away and had a 1930 series 60 coupe with rumble seat and golf club storage door. It is 90%+ restored and he did not finish the last few minor detail due to his failing health. The car is very low mileage. Any guidance would be apreciated.

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The Dec. 2004 Old Cars Price Guide places a #3 at $13,200 and a #2 at $23,100. Most nicely restored cars (not trailer queens) are #2. If the workmanship is there, depending what needs to be done, it could be close to a #2. If it is just reassembly / detailing, then it ought to be in the $20k range. However, what some folks claim is 90% is sometimes closer to 50%.

Everything I know is based on the book. I really don't have a good grasp of value for these cars. I'm sure there are others who might be able to give you a better idea. With this rough idea in mind, you may want to consider getting it appraised by the estate before proceeding with a sale.

Good luck with it. That would be a neat car.

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