[DML] Re: Values
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[DML] Re: Values



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, rodney rael <rodrael1@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Ryan:
> 
> Well Put!!... I agree wholeheartedly. The value of the car is to drive
> it

Okay, then I guess both of those '81 AMEX gold plated museum cars hold
no value whatsoever, lol.


> and when I do at some point sell mine, it WILL get high book value due 
> to it's drivability and usefulness again due to it's drivability.

It has also better be close to cosmetically flawless, like a concours
car, as well as drivable if you realistically expect to get the NADA
High Retail Value of $29,700 for it.

I'm not attempting to knock anybody's car. The reality is, no matter
how "drivable" or mechanically solid a car is, if it's in mediocre to
poor cosmetic shape, and needs restoration, it simply not going to
bring top dollar.

Dan W.
VIN 16192
AZ-D








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