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Old 04-01-2010, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1965 fastback // whats it worth

I might have to sell my fastback. Just looking for a ballpark number in todays market, im located in virginia. It is a 1965 2+2, black pony interior, 2V 289 automatic. The car is in excellent condition. Approx 6500 miles since the restoration about 12 years ago. The paint is a 7.5/10, interior is 9.5/10, motor is 9.5/10. and there is no rust. the car also has a custom stereo, tri-y headers and magna-flow exhaust. The car is always covered and garage kept.

Here are some pictures of the car. I know the market is soft, and if i can hold on to the car I will, but if it needs to go, im just wondering what the current market value is.

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Old 04-01-2010, 08:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Around here that car would be mid 20's but is likely lower on your side of the border.
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100+ views and only one response....can anyone give me a figure that i might expect in this current market...

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Old 04-02-2010, 07:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I would venture to say mid to upper teens. I follow the 67-68 market pretty close. I saw a real nice 66 shelby clone go for $15,500 last week and I thought that was well bought. You have a nice car. My guess the market is about 20% less from the highs.
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High teens. If it is really nice and you find the right buyer, 20+, but not much more than 20. The rust repair needs to have been done right. It looks pretty nice, but buyers are just not biting on the 20+ cars that aren't rare or limited editions.
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:26 PM   #6 (permalink)
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20+ in California
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I would venture to say mid to upper teens. I follow the 67-68 market pretty close. I saw a real nice 66 shelby clone go for $15,500 last week and I thought that was well bought. You have a nice car. My guess the market is about 20% less from the highs.
It was only worth 15,500. It was local to me and I went to see it before the auction ended. Personally, I don''t think that car can be compared to this one.

I got a deal on a Fastback almost just like this one, in comparable condition
(mine is rust free and almost all original), last week for just under 20,000
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California an easy 20,000 plus. Probably closer to 25,000.
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:03 PM   #10 (permalink)
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$22,500
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Here in the Midwest, I'd say you could sell quickly at $15K, but waiting for the right buyer, or going to auction, you could fetch over $20K easy. It just depends on your needs. If you sell it, you'll be looking for another again someday. I sold my dad's 65 2+2 back in the early 90's and wanted it back soon after. But then... I want ALL my old Mustangs back
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Nice car ... however I prefer a car the way it came down the line ..... dump the red wheel, aftermarket stereo system, and put some original wheels or wheel covers on and then it's more appealing. Good Luck and sell high!!
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It is a basic fastback, no options, restoration is a bit old... do you have ownership history? paperwork on restoration?pictures? I would say you should be able to get 20K$ for it
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I would say mid to low 20's.
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