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  • sheetflow
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    Hello- new member.  just inherited my mom’s 1964 289 v8 convertible. Looks to be all original, good shape, nice top and upholstery, starts, drives, stops, all the good stuff.  I am going to sell it but have no idea how much its worth.  What should I know to sell it and what resources are available to help set a price?  Thanks, Dave

    Jeffrey & Mary Schira
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    An old cliche, but still true.  The car is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.  Too many factors to give you an accurate price range.  Color makes a difference.  Location makes a difference.  Time of year makes a difference (not too many people in Maine looking for convertibles in Winter, for example).  You say nice, but you are selling.  A seller’s “nice” can be a buyer’s “just ok”.

    That being said, probably more than $5,000, but less than $30,000.

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