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Old Cars Report Price Guide

Old Cars Report Price Guide November/December 2018

Old Cars Report Price Guide is the nation’s most respected authority for pricing of collectible autos from the turn of the century to 2009; it is the first choice of insurers, appraisers, lenders, dealers, and collectors. The extensive price guide section rates cars on a scale of 1 to 6, from museum-quality vehicle down to parts car. Marques run from AMC to Willys, and sections on foreign makes and light-duty trucks are also included.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Active Interest Media
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3 min.
how to use price guide

The worth of an old car is a “ballpark” estimate at best. Our prices come from compilations of national/regional data by the editors of our weekly publication, Old Cars Weekly News & Marketplace. These data include prices from collector-car auctions, verified reports of private sales and input from experts. We list values for vehicles in six different states of condition as explained on this page. Values are for complete vehicles, not parts cars, except as noted. Modified-vehicle values are not included, but can be estimated by figuring the cost of restoring to original and deducting from the figures shown within this publication. Old Cars Report Price Guide condition codes fit the following descriptions: 1) EXCELLENT: Restored to current maximum professional standards of quality in every area, or perfect original with components operating and appearing…

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1970 plymouth barracuda

FEATURES Totally redesigned, the Barracuda line for 1970 offered buyers a wider choice of models and engines. Three styles were available with a total of nine engines. Emphasis was placed on extending the racy image of long hoods, short decks and rakish windshields. The specialty/performance class ‘Cuda’ offered an innovative ‘shaker’ hood option. A classy Gran Coupe was the top-of-the-line. Even the 426-cid ‘Street Hemi’ was now offered in special Barracudas, built in limited numbers. Standard equipment in Barracudas included high-back bucket seats with all-vinyl trim; integral head rests; molded door and quarter trim panels; flood-lit instrument panel; three-spoke woodgrain steering wheel; floor shift; carpeting; 225-cid six and E78-15 fiberglass-belted tires. The Gran Coupe had all Barracuda items plus body sill, wheel lip, and beltline moldings; Gran Coupe emblems; leather bucket…