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Old 08-22-2009, 04:01 PM
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1960 Plymouth. What's it worth?

http://www.mccallauctions.com/#


Hi everyone, I am interested in the 1960 Plymouth. I'm sorry I can't get a pic of the car right here on This post, but in the link if you click the arrow 22 times (sounds like alot but there are some cool pictures inbetween) there are a few pictures of the car. There are a whole bunch of cars at this auction next weekend that I plan on going to. I'm just curious about it because it is my third favorite Plymouth of all time. Most of the cars look pretty rough to say the least. The Catalina and the 64? Olds might not be too bad, if you clean the $hi+ off the Olds. I love that style of Plymouth though. Always have really loved the 58's, even before I saw/read Christine, that is just cool that thats what it was, but I don't like the fins on the 59's, but love 'em on the 60's. I don't think it's worth a whole lot, but anymore with all the Bat$h!+ crazy Barrett-Jackson worshiping think their Yugo's worth ten grand nuts out there, who knows what the heck it'll bring.

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Old 08-22-2009, 05:04 PM
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Lotza junk there for sure - - - no way of knowing what any of it is worth without actually seeing it in person - - - bid real low you can always go up
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ALL JUNK! Parts cars at best and I am probably being optomistic. 60 Plymouths are sort of scarce but they pop up and they dont bring any real good money unless the top goes down or they have a crossram 4 doors are pretty much useless unless its cheap and really clean and you dont mind having a 4 door 60 Plymouth
The Biscayne is cool though..I can see a 327 and 4 speed in that car
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Old 08-22-2009, 05:58 PM
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I have to agree with ramzoom. I know of a guy in Houston that has a nice 2 dr hardtop for sale. The engine and trans was pulled and he's asking 9000 for the roller...but it is nice.
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Old 08-24-2009, 06:13 PM
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40 Classic Automobiles, Huge Collection of Like New Tools & Equipment, New Like Scaffolding, and More!
The title sure makes the auction sound way better than the pics show. Of all "40 Classic Automobiles" the only thing that really looked worthwhile were the front clips on the '66 Belair/Impalas. I don't think the 4 door LTD's can really be classified as a classic auto. Maybe technically as they are 25 years old but for someone collecting classic autos..........junk!!!
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Hear that. Anymore I see things like "Classic Chevette for sale!" and Collector 82 Dodge, I mean come on. The cars on auction channels are expensive for a reason, they are dang near perfect, and are a car that is worth having, overpriced? maybe. But great, so when I see a plane jane, 69 Camaro, Rusted soo bad you can see through the trunk floor with the lid closed and they still want $5,000 (probably just for the tags)... I just laugh and LMFAO. If this sale is like that, I'm just gonna shake my head and drive away. Then go turn some wrenches on some cars I already own.
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Old 08-28-2009, 09:13 AM
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What's the price of scrap metal? I wish I could go to this auction and see the results...disillusions of grandeur. parts cars at best. this guy looked like he had access to Sears wholesale return sales, if auction fever doesn't take hold, there may be some good deals on the tools.
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Okay, heres the results, bought some decent tools for 28.50.
I looked at the Olds, they cleaned the crap off and it's a very very nice 59 4dr, bid up to $350, sold for $375, atleast it's to a 25 yr old who has a resto shop in Carroll. I wish I woulda known that because then I coulda bid on the 65 Biscayne 4dr, I mean the body was sooo solid! but it sold before the Olds did, and I didn't want to be broke before I coulda bought the Olds, but it had a 6 and a powerglide. Then they sold the 67 Olds and it had on the air cleaner, "Super High Compression Use Only Premium Gasoline" Idk if thats a big deal, but that's what it said, it was a super solid 4dr. It sold for 250 or 275. Every thing else was junk, including the Catalina and the 60 Plymouth Belvedere, which had a 6 and a 3 on the tree. There was a decent early 50's Chevy pickup that fold for 425, that was the highest car, the rest of the cars in the timber sold to pretty much one scrapper, for 200 bucks a pop. Not sure but I think the Biscayne and the 67 Olds sold to him too there was alot of 49-51 ford two doors that sold for about 200 a piece, but they were trashed, and you guys know me when I say something is trashed, I mean it's TRASHED. There was a cut up and dune buggified 57 ford car, and a mostly complete 57 ford 2dr car, Idk their fate, but I should woulda coulda bought the Biscayne or the Olds, but I just had to wait on the 59 Olds, I shoula bought that too and the only reason that I didn't was because they built that dam shed around it and it was missing a rear wheel on the side toching the wall and I don't know howinthehell I would have gotten it out.
Stuff went for what I thought it was worth because I live in IOWA. Not California, and they were mostly all 4drs. What do you guys think? Responses please.-Alex.
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