|04-07-2009 07:53 PM|
While a 1932 Chevrolet is a very good looking car ( and Chevrolet SOLD more vehicles in 1932 than Ford ) ... the fact remains that the 1932 Chevrolet has a LOT of wood inter-structure and does not have the resale value of other 1932 models ( especially the Fords ).
Add in the fact that yours is not a complete, running, driving vehicle also hurts it's value to a lot of folks. It is more of a project than a LOT of folks want to undertake.
Without seeing the Chevrolet in person it is very difficult to place a value on it ... BUT ... a friend of mine bought a complete, running and old amatuer restoration 1932 Chevrolet coupe for 10 thousand dollars at a auction a few weeks back.
|04-07-2009 09:20 AM|
Send a PM to one of our members "Deuce", he is the resident 32 Ford expert.
|04-07-2009 12:32 AM|
32 duce questions
i might be forced to sell my car its a 32 Chevy 5 window, really nice frame, i believe an 8in rear end, stock front end, all steel fender minus the rear has good running boards, body is strait and very clean, no motor or trans need to be completely re done. im wonder what shes worth