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mrfin
Posted 2019-09-08 8:36 AM (#587251)
Subject: Purchasing a collection advice


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I am from Iowa and recently was offered to buy a mans 3 car collection. I havent been watching what these cars have been doing price wise and need some advice and guidance on what to offer. He has a 57 belvedere 2 dr. hardtop ( nice driver), a 58 Belvedere 2 dr. hardtop (complete and about 80% done, and a 58 fury needing restored. He also has parts that range from fenders to trim and misc. I looked at his cars and took pics. I need help as I want to get a fairly close value so I can proceed. I would really appreciate any help and will make a donation to the forward look. He is a 80 plus year old man having owned these cars a long time and redid them and drove the 57. He is now in assisted living and no longer can enjoy his cars. Thankyou
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ABloch
Posted 2019-09-08 11:37 AM (#587260 - in reply to #587251)
Subject: Re: Purchasing a collection advice



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Without pictures? advice and guidance are going to require pictures.

http://www.collectorcarmarket.com/collector-car/plymouth.html


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CaprockClassics
Posted 2019-09-15 7:56 PM (#587563 - in reply to #587260)
Subject: Re: Purchasing a collection advice



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Rough ballpark?
1957 Belvedere: $25k
1958 Belvedere: $22k
1958 Fury: $12k
Parts and Misc: $6k

Total: Something like $65k in value there. Sight unseen makes values hard to pin down though. If you don't have that kind of cash lying around, probably best off passing the tip on to another collector.

~Peter
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