BenzWorld Junior Member
Date registered: May 2012
Vehicle: 05 C240 Wagon, 88 560SEC, 1988 300TE, 97 Jeep Cherokee, 70 El Camino SS
Location: Planetary Citizen - Nevada, Utah
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Check the bids, the "buy it now price" is seldom what an item actually sells for. Not unless it's something valuable or in demand. I have bought and sold classics and hotrods for years, and been doing car shows since a teen. Dealers (especially USED car sales) are really the only people who go by or quote NADA. Also, price can be determined by local economy. The bid on the first link is now up to $1025.00, and is being sold by a diesel WVO conversion dealer, it has been listed before and didn't sell. Second is higher but newer, and a rare, desirable color. Might have a collector, or European enthusiast trying to grab that one. I don't want to mimic the others, but, price is not always gauged on mileage alone. It's all about what you can sell it for, either locally, or abroad. If abroad, factor in shipping. is shipping going to run higher than vehicle value? I know shipping cost has prevented me from buying a few cars.