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dianna
    
i bought a 56 chevy 4 dr sedan i would like to know how much it is worth
i bought it from a lady that bought it brand new 52 years ago it has 85,000 miles on it it still has the original sticker on the window, but what is throwing me off is it has a tire on the back of it and i cant seem to find another one like that. i am new at this, actually this is my first purchase of an old car.please tell me it is worth something.
posted: February 10, 2008
 
    
 
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street454
    
It sounds like it has a continental kit on the back!
The price fluctuates depending on, of course, any rust issues, options ( v8 vs. 6 cyl., ps, pb, etc. ). It is not worth the same as a similar condition Bel Air. Post some pics. We can get a better idea from that. Mark
posted:  February 10, 2008
   
 
68mustanggt
    
Have you tries any of these value guides:

www.manheimgold.com
www.collectorcarmarket.com
posted:  February 11, 2008
   
 
pontiacsd
    
I cant say that I have ever seen a 56 Chevrolet with a continental package on it! Seen many fords with it!

Post a photo of the tire, is it wrapped, exposed, bolted on? It may have been someones own creation?
posted:  February 11, 2008
   
 
brotino9
    
try N.A.D.A. price guide - make sure you choose Classic Car at the top.

www.nadaguides.com/home.aspx?l=1&w=28&p=0&f=5000&aid=80698&iid=58778&nozip=1
posted:  February 14, 2008
   
 
 

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