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Trying to figure out what my 1974 C30 Chevy Cheyenne super30 3+3 crew cab is worth, w/73Kmiles
Hello, I'm trying to figure out what my 1974 Chevy Cheyenne Super30 3+3 crew cab might be worth. Its all original, with only 73K miles. I bought it off my father a few years back and wondering if it's worth restoring? Any thoughts... Also, not sure what the actual fare market value might be? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Engine is the 454 V8 (7.4L). Plus, it has a matching Xcaliber cap (by tri-glas industries) on it as well. Body, engine, etc. in good shape. Put new tires (dually in the rear) and new brakes, calipers, etc. last year). Thanks!
posted: January 20, 2009
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posted:  January 22, 2009
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Find a copy of the Old Cars Price Guide and check that.
posted:  January 22, 2009
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It is worth whatever you can get someone to pay!!! Where are you located? I am in north Florida. You could probably get at least $3,500 or more for it here no problem, what is the paint and interior like? If it is in original shape under the hood, AC works, etc, over 5 grand. Check out some of the listings in Classic Trucks. I think trucks sell for different prices around the coun try. They seem to be cheaper here, so add to my suggestion if you are in the rust belt. With that low mileage and knowledge of it's history, I would keep it, pick up a JC Whitney and LMC Truck catalog put it baclk in primo shape, and drive it. Whatever you do, don't give it away, start high, you can always come down.
posted:  March 3, 2009
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