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Value of 1938 master

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  • #839

    Drew@ChevsOfThe40s
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    Hagerty Insurance has a great car valuation tool but only goes back to ’46 or so. NADA has car values further back. What value you can receive for a car depends on true condition, location, and desirability of the vehicle. As you’ve seen on the auctions on TV, If more than one person wants a vehicle the market value goes out the window depending on the wants and pocketbook of the intended buyer

    #837

    Drew@ChevsOfThe40s
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    Hello Timburr, we do not have a value guide for you. Value will be dependent on condition, area or region, and such. You might try contacting a Insurance Companies that specialize in insuring classic cars, they might have value references for you.

    Thanks

    #836

    timburr
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    This car is 90% plus original, I may be interested in selling but having trouble coming up with a value, anyone out there know a good value?

    Tim

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