<VV> Trying to appraise my Greenbrier-Need help on Value
J R Read_HML
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Wed Mar 23 20:11:17 EST 2005
See if you can find a recent copy of "Old Car Price Guide" They rank
quality, options (some) and price. Or, maybe someone on VV can look it up
That will at least give you some kind of starting point. Sounds like it
would be a "class 1" vehicle - so long as it is not driven anywhere. Then,
probably a class 2.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gail P Policella" <gailvair at juno.com>
To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 4:28 PM
Subject: <VV> Trying to appraise my Greenbrier-Need help on Value
>I am trying to get my 1964 Greenbrier appraised. It is restored to
> factory original and of Concourse quality. I need to comprise
> information for the appraiser to determine the value of the Greenbrier.
> Any one have any information or assistance in getting the highest
> appraisal and or what information should I have ready. I spent alot more
> money on the restoration than it is worth but, want to try and cover the
> expense as much as possible. I do not have many receipts since alot of
> the NOS was purchased on line or privately.
> It is insured with JC Taylor and they will not insure it more than
> $15,000 with out an appraisal even thought they state on their
> application "up to $20,000 with out an appraisal". The underwriter
> personal told me he would not insure it more than $15,000 because his
> books state the car doesn't have that much value.
> Does any one know what the highest a Greenbrier has sold for ?
> Gail Policella
> Margate, FL
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