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karmacryptic
    
How does one deternine how much a antique truck and car is worth?
My father has a 1953 Ford anniversary edition truck, garage kept, my brother started restoring it as he had others in the past; however, he did not finish the restoration. Also he has a 1966 Mustang, it is not kept in a garage, it has some rust over the wheels. My father no longer wants to restore them, instead he would like to sell. If anyone could help us find out what they are worth, we would appreciate it.
posted: April 11, 2008
 
    
 
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cletus
    
i guess the best place besides going out and buying the blue book is to go to here http://www.nadaguides.com/SectionHome.aspx?LI=1-28-0-5000-502-504-50005&l=1&w=22&p=0&f=5003 , but as with everything, it is just an estimate and will vary with location and specifics of your vehicle. Or you could always get it professionally appraised.
sources: http://www.nadaguides.com/SectionHome.aspx?LI=1-28-0-5000-502-504-50005&l=1&w=22&p=0&f=5003
posted:  April 12, 2008
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spudder
    
try this site www.collectorcarmarket.com
posted:  April 14, 2008
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corvetteali
    
You can also try: www.manheimgold.com
posted:  April 17, 2008
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hobbycarcorvettes
    
The best thing i can tell you to do is do your research by looking at what others are selling for. Book price is great but usually not insight for most classic cars. If you look around the internet you will find a good selection of similar vehicles then you can compare there quality and price to what you are trying to sell. Always remenber you can never go up in price, but you can always go down!

I hope this helps!

Sincerely,
RJ Sottile
www.hobbycarcorvettes.net
posted:  June 22, 2009
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