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59 in Calif
Posted 2019-07-25 6:01 PM (#585231)
Subject: old cars price guide


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Hey Guys, Does anyone have a current Old Cars Price Guide? If you would check and see what a 59 Dodge Coronet, 2dr sedan, about a #2 rating. This car has been restored and is a nice car but it is not concours quality. thanks, jerry
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-25 6:24 PM (#585233 - in reply to #585231)
Subject: RE: old cars price guide



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Depends on the engine, etc.

https://www.hagerty.ca/apps/valuationtools/search/Auto/1959/Dodge/Co...

For a 326 2bbl:

Current Values

#1 Concours $55,600
#2 Excellent $41,400
#2 vehicles could win a local or regional show. They can be former #1 vehicles that have been driven or have aged. Seasoned observers will have to look closely for flaws, but will be able to find some not seen by the general public. The paint, chrome, glass and finishes will all appear as excellent. No excessive smoke will be seen on startup, no unusual noises will emanate from the engine. The vehicle will drive as a new vehicle of its era would. The one word description for #2 vehicles is "excellent."
#3 Good $26,900
#4 Fair
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Coronet_Jeff
Posted 2019-07-25 7:26 PM (#585236 - in reply to #585231)
Subject: Re: old cars price guide


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1959 Coronet, V-8
4d Sed 720 2,160 3,600 8,100 12,600 18,000
4d HT 760 2,290 3,820 8,600 13,370 19,100
2d Sed 800 2,410 4,020 9,050 14,070 20,100
2d HT 1,120 3,360 5,600 12,600 19,600 28,000
2d Conv 2,360 7,080 11,800 26,550 41,300 59,000
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59 in Calif
Posted 2019-07-25 11:02 PM (#585238 - in reply to #585231)
Subject: Re: old cars price guide


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Thanks Guys, I would believe the 14K figure. But 26K to 41K is totally insane for a 2dr post car!!! Jerry
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-25 11:44 PM (#585239 - in reply to #585238)
Subject: Re: old cars price guide



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59 in Calif - 2019-07-25 8:02 PM

Thanks Guys, I would believe the 14K figure. But 26K to 41K is totally insane for a 2dr post car!!! Jerry



They do have these categories to investigate:

1959 Dodge Coronet 2dr Club Sedan 8-cyl. 326cid/255hp 2bbl
1959 Dodge Coronet 2dr Club Sedan 8-cyl. 383cid/320hp 4bbl
1959 Dodge Coronet 2dr Club Sedan 8-cyl. 383cid/345hp 2x4bbl

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firedome
Posted 2019-08-08 12:34 PM (#585802 - in reply to #585231)
Subject: Re: old cars price guide



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Those Hagerty values are ridiculous for a 26 dr Coronet sedan, engines notwithstanding. They have an incentive as they benefit from inflated values when people go to insure their car, and they sure don't payout that way! (I have my own vintage cars with Hagerty). I've found Old Cars Price Guide to be far more realistic going back to when I subscribed to their paper back in the '70s.
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Shep
Posted 2019-08-08 4:29 PM (#585808 - in reply to #585231)
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Those look like convertible numbers.
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StillOutThere
Posted 2019-08-08 5:12 PM (#585809 - in reply to #585231)
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IMO Hagerty puts numbers in their value guide that are significantly too high so that their customers will insure their cars HOPING they are worth THAT MUCH. More money for Hagerty. Come time for a claim I doubt you will settle for anything like their guide numbers.
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