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mtwoman
    
looking for 1946 windsor information
how many were produced how many still exist. whats a good starting price for selling
posted: January 17, 2009
 
    
 
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oldnorse
    
Hard to say what a good selling price would be without seeing the condition of the vehicle.
What type of shape is it in? Does it have any rust? What is the interior like? Does it run?
What type of restoration needs to be done or is it in mint condition?
posted:  January 19, 2009
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nychrysler
    
In accordance with the previous poster, we will need a little more information to asses the price of your vehicle and also what type of Windsor was it? There are 8 different body styles for that year.

As far as production totals go, from 1946 - 1949 production was recorded as a single total, with no model year breakouts available.
If you can reply to your question (By clicking on the 'Answer this Question' button) with the body style I might be able to give you some rough numbers.

As far as how many our still out there, that is hard to say. You can try contacting the Chrysler Registry at www.allpar.com/i/registry.html

I look forward to your response
posted:  January 19, 2009
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depped
    
There are a few online price guides that you can refer to in order to calculate the value of your car

www.nadaguides.com
www.manheimgold.com

you can also research the web to find if there are any cars for sale matching yours and find out what they are asking.
posted:  January 19, 2009
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