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Old Cars Report Price Guide

Old Cars Report Price Guide March/April 2020

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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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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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'Bullitt' tops Mecum Kissimmee sale KISSIMMEE, Fla. _ Mecum Auctions kicked off the new year by collecting a reported $105.1 million with 2,140 vehicles changing hands throughout the 11-day Kissimmee Auction, which was highlighted by the sale of the famed “Bullitt Mustang,” which went for a total sale price of $3.74 million with buyer’s commission. Top sellers at Kissimmee included: — 1968 Ford Mustang GT “Bullitt,” $3,740,000 — 2019 McLaren Senna, $1,430,000 —2015 Porsche 918 Spyder, $1,430,000 — 2015 McLaren P1, $1,089,000 —1967 Ford Mustang “Eleanor,” $852,500 —1968 Challenger 2 Streamliner, $561,000 —1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, $544,500 —1932 Duesenberg Model J Tourster, $522,500 Gooding reloads for Amelia Island sale Gooding & Company’s annual Amelia Island Auction is set for March 6 at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation on the Friday before the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The event again promises a…

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1971 oldsmobile cutlass supreme

The top Oldsmobile intermediate was the Cutlass Supreme. Three body styles were available, including a convertible, in its next to last year as a Cutlass offering. Standard included: armrests, cigarette lighter, V-8 engine, carpeting, woodgrain dash, interior light package, moding, seat belts with harnesses, Deluxe steering wheel and chrome hubcaps. Standard tire size was F78-14. Upholstery was vinyl or cloth. Engine: Wheelbase: (intermediate two-doors) 112 inches; (intermediate four-doors) 116 inches; (all 88s) 124 inches; (98 and Custom Cruiser) 127 inches; (Vista Cruiser) 121 inches; (Toronado) 122.3 inches. Overall length: (intermediate two-doors) 203.6 inches; (intermediate four-doors) 207.6 inches; (all 88s) 220.2 inches; (98s) 226.1 inches; (Toronados) 219.9 inches; (Vista Cruiser) 218.3 inches; (Custom Cruisers) 225.3 inches. Front tread: (all intermediates and Vista Cruisers) 59.7 inches; (all 88s and 98s) 64.1 inches; (Toronado) 63.1…