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Old 07-02-2003, 10:57 PM
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1971 Chevy Nova?

How much do you think i could get for an all original 1971 four door. It has the original tires, original wipers, original everything, except spark plugs, air filter, carb seals, plug wires, and most hoses were bad so i replaced most of them. Everything else is in great shape, it runs beautifally, its interior is mint, and it only has about 25000 actual miles. I'm thinking of putting it on ebay but what do you think i could get for it?

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That's a hard question to answer, it all depends on what part of the country your in. I'd check out Kelly Blue book and see what it worth. www.kbb.com or go to www.traderonline.com and see what others are going for. There's also www.dealsonwheels.com that should give you some idea on a asking price.
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Due to the car is old, it will be hard to get a good price. I would look at Hemmings.com. They specialize in older vehicles. I would also use edmunds.com for the quote. Kelly Blue book usually list the car value too high.

Do a basic search on google or yahoo for cars for sale. Also, see if there is an old car club in your town or area. They may have some inside help.
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Sorry............

It's a 4 door.

It's value is a lot less than the same model in a 2 door.




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