<VV> Trying to appraise my Greenbrier-Need help on Value

corvairs lonwall at corvairunderground.com
Thu Mar 24 13:13:54 EST 2005

Normally I never value vehicles without seeing them , but in this case 
Taylor  is correct. While there may be unusual circumstances with your 
particular vehicle , only a physical appraisal could determine that. And 
that appears to be the point.  Stock restored Greenbriars simply do not 
bring $15,000.00, at least, not as an established rule. You may not need 
an appraisal up to $20,000.00 but look at it this way - Does that mean 
that you could claim $19,999.00 on a poorly restored 1962 4 door without 
question from Taylor? Obviously there is a logical line drawn 
somewhere.  Lon

Gail P Policella wrote:

>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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