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    steve817 Well-Known Member

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    I am selling my 67 Coronet 500 and want to find the best place to research fair value. I have used ebay and FBBO as a start. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I am figuring out how to use this site as a place to sell my car and other parts. I looked through my photos on this computer and came up with this very old photo of car and original owner. I will check back tomorrow for any response for value and take more photos. Thanks for any help. Steve in Wyoming
     

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    451Mopar Well-Known Member

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    Old Cars Price Guide magazine is a good source if you can find it at a local book store.
     
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    The NADA website: http://www.nadaguides.com is a realistic reference. Some may dispute their pricing, but I find it closer to reality in what 'driver' cars actually get sold for. It does get updated...I have watched my own cars' value decline (with the rest of the economy) over the last several years. It is not a good reference for basket cases or project cars. Good luck!
     
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    Need current pics.and stats about it!Body condition running or not,The bad thing about the 66-67 Coronets is they aren't a very popular model,The R/T and GTXs are still more popular!The price reflects the popularity.Around $15000 is top money for #1 condition,goes down from there.The economy is killing that money now too! A general value is around $10000 for a nice driver.
     
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    I like this one, even with it's errors.
    One of the errors for the 66/67, is the mixup on 2bbl/4bbl 383 engines.

    http://collectorcarmarket.com/menus/do67d.html

    It supports 10K plus for a clean driver, and 20K for a 95 plus point show car.

    Options like 383 4 bbl and a/c can really affect the price and desireablilty of these cars.

    1967 DODGE CORONET 500 273-180hp (8cyl-2V) AT
    #5 #4 #3 #2 #1
    2dr Convertible 2150 5900 10800 16700 25650
    2dr Hardtop 1100 3875 7625 11625 18625
    4dr Sedan 650 2125 3675 5975 10300

    Add:
    318-230hp (8cyl-2V) NC%
    383-325hp (8cyl-4V) 25%
    4spd manual trans 5%
    Air conditioning 10%
    Power windows 3%
    Deduct:
    3spd manual transmission -10%
    Manual steering -5%
     
  6. YY1

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    Put as many ebay 66/67 Coronets on you watch list as you can find.

    Copy the most representative pictures from each listing into a seperate folder labeled with the cars first 6-7 VIN digits. Then create a small text file for your notes on what's similar and different on the car with respect to yours.

    Find the 3, 4, or five most similar cars to yours, THAT SOLD, and use that as a guide.

    I even create a spreadsheet listing the condition category values, and the +/- percentage for options, and add breif notes and my own value opinion.

    The spreadsheet gets kinda long, but I put about four cars in each, and can easily compare them "side by side".

    Be sure to watch for relists due to deadbeats biddrs jacking up the price.
    You can also note the ones that don't sell, and what the price was that they got bid up to.
    That indicates the interest level.

    I also note how long a car stays on craigslist, and if the price gets lowered.
     
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    Current collector car value guide

    This guide is pretty representive of current values. Haggerty has a guide that is more of an "insurance value" and therefore much higher.



    http://www.collectorcarmarket.com/
     
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    Just spot checking the two, here is more to add to the confusion:


    Comparing my `66 Belvedere II between collectorcarmarket.com and NADA I found collector carmarket higher by $600 for top condition and NADA was higher by $1,100 in average condition...assuming #3 is average.

    When I looked up a `67 Coronet 440 I see collector carmarket higher by $6,000(!) in top condition and NADA higher by $400 in average condition.

    Now when I look up my old `70 Duster 340, NADA is higher in both: $6,400(!) in top condition and a $1,400 in average condition...both have quite a disparity in my opinion.

    I say it's all 'voo-doo magic'. There is no one perfect source, but using the various methods...including as YY1 stated - tracking what they actually sold for on e-bay, I think you can get to a fair value for both, the seller and buyer.

    Just don't do like my co-worker...just because he sees multiple listings of the same model vehicle in a certain price range, he thinks they must all be getting that price.

    I think with the responses provided you should do fine. Good luck!
     
  9. Jim Bob The Dancing Bear

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    I think it is worth $50 bucks. I will be over to get it this weekend.

    It sounds like you are on the right track. Post a ton of pics and descritptions and you will get some good but variying opinions on fair value here on the board.
     
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    I saw 3500 diff in 67 440 and 66 Bel II (16,400 vs 12,900).

    It's kinda easy to get lines crossed.

    Looks like they're valuing the 67s a bit higher and the Dodges a bit higher.


    ...and I'll go $55.

    Let's see the car now.
     
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    Wow! What a great community of knowledge and ideas!! I will look into each one and come to a decision. I want to make this happen soon and will put it "for sale" here on FBBO and locally. I am taking pics now and will put it all together in a few days. Thanks again for all the replies.....even the ones who offered to buy it. LOL Steve in Wyoming
     
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    Sight unseen

    ...and I'll go $55.

    Let's see the car now.[/QUOTE]


    $60.00..... CASH money......!!!!! And I don't need no stinkin pictures.....
    :poke:
     
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    You can also check the auction websites like Mecum Auctions. you can sign up for free. I like browsing on Mecum's site because they sell lower $ cars early in their auctions and you can get some idea of what somebody is actually paying for driver quality cars.
     
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    the closer to stock original....the more its worth !....in good shape of course.
     
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    Sorry dako, thought you were using one site.

    I see now you were comparing sites.

    I find NADA and KBB don't have the granularity or the scaling of the collector guide.
    ...and as you point out, at least the NADA guide has some apparent inconsistancies.
     
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