Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by Saff54, May 11, 2018.
on mecum next week,what do you think it’s worth?ill post the selling price when and if it sells
kind of bad to show it with the high beams on when one is burnt out
Yeah, and that one looks to be a hideaway to boot....they sell themselves when the covers are closed.
Ha,your much more observant than me,from all the feed back from most of the members all us pre-70 Chero owners have nothing on the 71-72 ones,there’s a 67 coming on the auction block,gonna keep an eye on that one too,I’ll let ya know....
The trim on the driver door doesn't match the fender either. Thrown together POS>
And don't forget to look at the buggered up rock guard on the front end.
So what do you think the p.o.s will go for? this 71sold last year for 53,000
The red one looks like s**t. That orange one though, is hot! Clean hot rod.
I think that first one was for sale here in SoCal at a classic car lot near Long Beach. The hide-away grill is busted and the top portion sags significantly on the drivers side.
I don't think it will sell. If I recall correctly they wanted over $20k for it and if they set a reserve at that level, it won't find a buyer.
you pegged it,it didn’t sell,the 67 500 did though
Kinda strange though it didn’t sell but it had no reserve?ill check tomorrow to see if it did sell
Looks like the high bid was $13K.
Is that a reasonable price for that vehicle?the 67 sold for less than I was hoping,obviously because I own a 67,but it wasn’t an xl either,i just went on mecum and seen the 13000 for the 71,still said the bid goes on?with no reserve?shoudnt it had sold for that?
I looked at the original listing - It wasn’t a no reserve auction.
As for 13k being reasonable, I think so. It’s far from perfect and not a highly optioned vehicle.
Look at the fit of the passenger door, the front valance, and the grill - they all need attention.
It’s hard to make a real assessment from just pictures, but if the mechanicals of this car are in line with the items mentioned above, 13K is fair.
In short, the market (at least the Mecum market) has spoken.
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