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1955 Chev

Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by Hairtrigger, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. Hairtrigger

    Hairtrigger

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    I did a dumb thing and loaned a friend money.
    Now I am the (proud?) owner of a 1955 Chev 2 door.
    This is a project car with the trim removed and thrown into the trunk. The interior is in the trunk as well.
    No motor or tranny.
    It has surface rust but the floor is solid.
    Where do I look as to the value?
    Thanks
     
  2. michael t

    michael t

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    If I remember NADA on line has a site for classic collectables. I look my Cuda up and a 1958 Chev pick up. last year it will give you a starting point.
     

  3. Wmarden

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    It is worthless, but I'll taake it off your hands for 3.50$. ;f
     
  4. Hairtrigger

    Hairtrigger

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    If you had guns for trade that are worth $3.50 we could talk!!
    lol
     
  5. racerkvn

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    Got a Davis 32acp?.........since the car don't run, shouldn't matter that the gun don't either!!! Let's talk...


    LOL;f
     
  6. geminicricket

    geminicricket NRA Life member

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    I had a neighbor who spent several years restoring a 57 Bel Aire from rust to pristine. When he finally got it rebuilt, he drove it all the time. He spent $17K doing that, but was old enough to really care.

    Try parting it out to some brokers in Cuba.