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Old 01-16-2008, 01:43 PM
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How many were built???

Anybody got an idea how to find out how many cars were build by a manufacture in any certain year? Also what the valve of older (50 and later) cars might be. I know condition will enter. thanks
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Old Car Price Guide will probably give you the best ball park figure for the worth of old cars. In the early pages, they give you a good description of cars rated 1 through 6 with 1 being showroom new or better and 6 being at best a parts car. Their prices are based on an average of known sales of known grade of cars. These are not street rods. I have learned that buyers tend to under-grade a car and sellers tend to over-grade so be realistic when applying the rating standards offered by OCPG.

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Old 01-16-2008, 06:46 PM
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trees I have what you're referring to, but you can't find everything you're looking for, I m looking for away I can punch it, make, model, year, and maybe condition for an average price. I have a friend who's grandfather died and there trying do do an appraisal on some cars he had. They call an appraiser, and he wants, titles, taxes paid and all sort's of information. Ga. doesn't require a title afore 85, and if someone;s transfered owner ship after 85 and didn't swap the title over, you can;t get one. I got a 3rd owner 82 jimmy with 82,000miles and can't get a title because the person before me didn't transfer it. I' trying to find the fist owner to see if I can get the org. title and get it transfered.
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Old Car Price Guide will probably give you the best ball park figure for the worth of old cars. In the early pages, they give you a good description of cars rated 1 through 6 with 1 being showroom new or better and 6 being at best a parts car. Their prices are based on an average of known sales of known grade of cars. These are not street rods. I have learned that buyers tend to under-grade a car and sellers tend to over-grade so be realistic when applying the rating standards offered by OCPG.

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LOL, that is so true, a seller's #1 car will usually be a 2 at best. kind of like the cars that are advertised as 90% restored and are usually in reality maybe 40% at best.
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LOL, that is so true, a seller's #1 car will usually be a 2 at best. kind of like the cars that are advertised as 90% restored and are usually in reality maybe 40% at best.
The people that call for restos ALWAYS have a car in better condition than what they bring me. If the cars were as described on the phone before they bring them for an estimate, I'd be a very happy and rich person! I guess some can't see the bad, whereas that is all I see when they pull up, but I have to or I LOSE! LOL - Jerry
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