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hunter1
    
cadillacs worth
trying to find out a place to start on the value of a couple of cadillacs that i have the oppurtunity to buy, one is a 62 sedan deville, 4 door hardtop, original tires!! leather interior (red), straight body, needs some restoration work, any idea of the cars value? the other is a 68 cadillac sedan, needs interior and motor work, body is in great shape, also a four door. if anyone can steer me in the right direction to find what these are worth it would be appreciated, thanks...
posted: February 23, 2009
 
    
 
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ericb
    
That '62 sounds interesting...original tires, eh?! Recommend you pick up an Old Cars Price Guide, remembering it's only a guide. Lots of variables with old collector cars. Should be a good place to start. Have fun!
sources: http://www.oldcarspriceguide.net/
posted:  February 23, 2009
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dipstick
    
You could also look into Collector Car Market - they have a magazine as well as an online guide.
www.collectorcarmarket.com
posted:  February 24, 2009
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vintagecollector
    
I prefer Manheim Gold's value system. Their rating as is follows.

On the standard numerical grading system, Show = 1, Excellent = 2, Good = 3, and Fair = 4

Withougt seeing the cars, the vehicles sound like they might fall between a 3 & 4

GOOD - Well maintained original or an earlier restoration showing normal wear and aging, presentable, drivable, complete and fully functional. Most "nice" cars are in this category.

FAIR - Essentially complete and functional. Missing no major parts. Suitable for restoration. Paint, chrome and bodywork showing age. Minor body or chassis rust. Drives, but engine, brakes, transmission not perfect.

Here is their site to check out prices: www.manheimgold.com
posted:  February 24, 2009
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