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

Harry Jensen hljensen at comcast.net
Thu Mar 24 17:13:24 EST 2005


Old Cars Price Guide, Oct 2004 issue lists a No. 1 'brier at $16K.


At 11:51 AM 3/24/2005, Louis C. Armer, Jr. wrote:
>Hey Gary, There have been several sales of FC's far exceeding 8m here in 
>the south. I also
>personally know of a Concours Senior Division Spyder Convertible being 
>sold for over $24,000
>a few years back. The Policella restoration is very near perfect and 
>certainly compares to Darth
>Vair which has scored 97.86 and was third highest scoring senior overall 
>at Lexington. James Law
>pointed out senior in his 1963 FC rampy at 96.79 and this vehicle would 
>easily bring $12m to $15m
>in an unforced sale.
>Chuck Armer
>At 05:52 AM 3/24/05 -0500, you wrote:
>>I have never heard of any FC being sold for even close to that amount. I 
>>have heard of a Concours Senior Division Spyder Convertible being sold 
>>for around $18,000, but a Greenbrier?
>>You say it is of Concours quality, has it competed in Corsa Concours? How 
>>about AACA. A pedigree of that nature is required to even start to 
>>approach that level of value.
>>The FC's have so far not as far as I know sold for record values, though 
>>I have heard of some going in the $8000 range.
>CORSA Tri-Membership Chairman
>Corvair Atlanta, BOD
>Corvanatics member
>1965 Corsa Coupe
>1964 Greenbrier
>1966 Monza Convertible
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