66 Imperial in NC

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66 Imperial in NC

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https://charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/d/ ... 04626.html

In it's current condition, I don't see how this is a $12,000 car. The seller also mentions good restored examples of these go for over $50k - again I don't think that is anywhere close to an accurate valuation.

I see a $4000 car at best in this ad.
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gary h
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Re: 66 Imperial in NC

Post by gary h »

Good Project If bought in the 3.000.00-5,000.00 range.

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Re: 66 Imperial in NC

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Agree. I've owned many Imperial convertibles, and from as nice as I've had to as rough as I've had two things were evident: 1) the ONLY car more difficult to sell than an Imperial is any car that might be fully engulfed in flames at the time, and 2) The NICEST ones (convertibles) from this year-range (64--5-6) seldom bring even $30k.

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Re: 66 Imperial in NC

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watchfatha1 wrote:
Wed Apr 29, 2020 7:22 pm
Agree. I've owned many Imperial convertibles, and from as nice as I've had to as rough as I've had two things were evident: 1) the ONLY car more difficult to sell than an Imperial is any car that might be fully engulfed in flames at the time, and 2) The NICEST ones (convertibles) from this year-range (64--5-6) seldom bring even $30k.
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