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Apr 15, 1999 (9:39 pm)
67 Chevy Impala One owner, one mechanic, all maintenance records, very well kept great shape except for original paint a little faded (it was garage kept though)
what's it worth?
Apr 15, 1999 (9:49 pm)
It depends a lot on body style and engine.
Apr 16, 1999 (12:30 am)
I've tried to answer your question, cmeehan, in your duplicate post.
#11 of 17 seeley5060 66 mustang
Jul 07, 1999 (3:52 pm)
I have a 66 mustang silver frost with blood red interior. 3spd on the floor with factory A/C. The car has 115K never been hit the lines of the body are really straight. It's a Nevada car with a production code of 72. I had the car appraised at 10K for insurance purposes. How does one know what a fare selling price would be. This is one mint vehicle, I don't want to under sell myself or over sell myself. HELP
#12 of 17 seeley5060 mustang 66
Jul 07, 1999 (3:55 pm)
SORRY I forgot to say it's got a 289 2brl under the hood. Pictures are available. AM radio (ford)
Jul 07, 1999 (4:09 pm)
I need to know the body type as well, and I don't know what the"72" means--it doesn't relate to body codes, only to a district code of San Jose...but that's not important. If you want to post the VIN, that would also help.
Jul 10, 1999 (3:27 am)
The info yor requested on the 66 mustang coupe hard top is as follows...VIN# 6F07c259612...body 65A, Color 4, Trim 25, Date 16B, DSO 75(?), Axle 6, Trans 1. factory A/C, No P/B or P/S, I think it's a good # 2. Thanks for you help in this matter.
Jul 10, 1999 (4:46 pm)
Okay, we've e-mailed already about this, but for a 66 hardtop coupe with 3-speed and 289 V-8 in top shape we're looking at $7-10,000, probably more toward the lower end because of the 3-speed, which IMO is the least desireable of the 3 trans options. Popular car, certainly collectible, but there are a lot of Mustangs out there, so that keeps the price in that range. The converts, of course, are the big sellers, and worth almost double in some cases.
Aug 18, 1999 (2:59 am)
I saw a GTO today that seemed way overpriced, but I haven't really been paying attention to older muscle cars lately (I gave up when the only ones in my price range were basket cases). Actually have been looking at early Miatas, but that's another story.
Anyway, it was a '70 GTO coupe, 400ci/350 HP (claimed), Ram Air (I i assume), 4 speed. Body looked very straight, seemed to be new paint (makes sense because it was for sale on a lot connected to a body shop). Interior showed some wear, but was functional. Aftermarket guage addition and stereo. Didn't see the engine, but claimed to be mechanically good. Not a show car in this condition, but has potential
Asking price was $18,900. Is this in the ballpark for this kind of car?
I should go back to looking at AMX's since they are much cheaper. Even cheaper to run if you can't get parts.
Aug 18, 1999 (4:20 pm)
Please see my brilliant response to your question in your duplicate post.