|Title:||1964 Chevrolet Bel Air|
|Description:||A 1964 Chevy Bel Air 4dr. sedan. It has new custom 2 tone metallic paint. Has custom 18" wire wheels with new Hankook tires, also have originals. Has the original straight 6 engine with an automatic 2 speed powerglide trans. Needs a headliner and the seats redone. It is in good mechanical condition. Has a custom stereo with a Kenwood cd player, 2 Soundstream amplifiers, 2 15" Rockford Fosgate subwoofers, 3 8" Rockford subs, and a set of Rockford Power 5.25" speakers. All chrome and trim are in great shape. All side trim has been welded smooth. Car has a little over 86,000 original miles. Has many new parts including some minor engine components, suspension, and minor dress up things.|
|Condition:||The seats do need recovered and it needs a headliner. Other than that its in beautiful condition. All body work was just done with a fresh coat of paint.|
|Origin:||Saw it sitting in a field with a for sale sign in it and ended up trading my pickup straight up for it. The original owner who bought it new in Marshall,MO in 1964, had died and his wife sold it to some kid just to get rid of it. It sat in a barn for over 20 years because they thought they had lost the title. After I traded, I was cleaning it out and there was the original title underneath all the junk in the floorboard with a death certificate. I looked up the owner's wife who still lived in Marshall and called her up and told her the situation with the title. I sent the title with some money to her and she sent off for a new title in her name to transfer it over to me.|
|Provenance:||Has not yet been in any magazines but hopefully someday.|
|Appraised By:||Mickey Treat|
|Appraiser Comments:||Many factors go into finding a value on a used car. Based on the information that was provided by the customer about their 1964 Chevy Bel Air 4dr. sedan. There are 86,462 origainal miles on this vehicle. The car is in above average condition and works with no mechanical problems. You have a new paint job and it has a interesting story about the history of the car and how you got it. The car does need some work still and I did take that into consideration. Many sources were used to include the following: Completed auctions on eBay, Kelly Blue book, Auto Trader classics, NADA Classic Car Pricing and My working Knowledge of the used car market. Due to the down turn in the economy prices on all used cars are down across the board and my appraisal is reflected below. To get the highest price for your vehicle, Ebay Motors would be the route to go to get the highest price. There are many collectors for this type of vehicle and they may miss it if you list it in the local paper. Mickey Treat|
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