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rainam
    
How do I fairly price a 74 Dodge Challenger I am looking to sell?
My father recently passed away leaving little details about his 74 Dodge Challenger. It is in very good condition. It has its orignal engine with only 24 000 miles, original frame, body, undercarriage and interior- all in very good condition. We are getting the exhaust and brakes re-done. My Dad got new paint on it in 2009. It was appraised last July at $26 000, but an appraisal value does not mean market value. How would I go about figuring out a fair market price to list it at? I would appreciate any helpful tips or info.
posted: October 19, 2011
 
    
 
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toulebag
    
Check out some price guides to get an estimate. Keep in mind what is "fair" to one may not be "fair" to another.

www.collectorcarmarket.com
www.nadaguides.com
posted:  October 20, 2011
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rainam
    
Thank you!
posted:  October 20, 2011
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netncarbuff
    
To be sure you're pricing your ride correctly, get appraised by "Auto Appraisal Network". Costs anywhere from $295 - $350 for the appraisal. You'll get the feedback within hours of having it appraised, electronically, also a bound copy will be sent to you by mail. 60 some pages or more detailing the cars value including tons of pics to support the appraisal. This way you price it fairly without loosing money on the transaction (tons possibly!). You & the buyer both get a fair deal and documentation to prove it. You can reach their main office on-line and they will direct you to the closest network affiliate.
sources: AutoAppraisalNetwork.com
posted:  October 31, 2011
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