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    Anyone have any idea where I can find an on-line value price guide that would include old Jeeps?
    I have tried NADA, Kellys Blue Book, Hagertys, and Edmunds. None of them go back far enough.

    I want to find out what a fair price would be for a 1965 Willys in great condition ( only rust is on the rear floor! ) with only 8000 original miles.

    Dave
    Black 2001 Wrangler Sahara, 4WD 3" lift, Goodyear Wrangler M/T 33 x12.50, Kc slimliters, Rough Country adjustable control arms

    "Sometimes it is easier to beg for forgiveness than to ask permission"

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    You can try NADA classic car section....but finding an accurate price for an old car is very difficult. A lot depends on condition and collectability. I would say check e-bay and see what people are getting for them.
    1992 Jeep YJ.....the one that is usually parked at Keith's house

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    • #3
      fair value on a 65 cant be found in a book. condition is only a small factor, same with miles. low miles are nice but if its sat for a long time it could have other issues. are you buying or looking to sell? if buying does it have a top? hard or soft? ect
      '46 cj2a all stock L134/t90/d18
      64 cj6 f134 t90 d18 hard top and doors. stock for now

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      • #4
        Originally posted by junker View Post
        fair value on a 65 cant be found in a book. condition is only a small factor, same with miles. low miles are nice but if its sat for a long time it could have other issues. are you buying or looking to sell? if buying does it have a top? hard or soft? ect

        The Jeep belongs to my FD. It was at Jeepfest last year. No top or doors, rear floor ( where rear seat would be ) rusted but, that is the only rust on it! The fenders have a few dings, the seats were just recovered and the wiring harness was just replaced. Engine has been rebuilt. It is a dually which makes it harder to find any values. Been garaged all of its life.
        Not looking to buy or sell as it is not for sale but, the FD ( and I ) would like to know what it might be worth.
        The only value I could find was for a regular CJ5 and best estimates were:
        Low retail - 2500.00 - 3000.00
        Ave. retail - 4500.00- 5000.00
        High retail - 7500.00 - 10,000.00

        The High retail seems really high to be but...you never know.
        Black 2001 Wrangler Sahara, 4WD 3" lift, Goodyear Wrangler M/T 33 x12.50, Kc slimliters, Rough Country adjustable control arms

        "Sometimes it is easier to beg for forgiveness than to ask permission"

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        • #5
          i watched a jeep of the same vintage, same mileage, but was in really mint condition go for 18,000 on ebay. i would really shy away from NADA type things for a price estimate.... it tells me my cj7 is worth 1200, i would burn it before i sold it for that low of a price.
          nothing to see here!

          85 cj7 trail rig:SOA, yj springs, 350 efi chevy eng. 700r4 trans.Dana 300, ford d60's w/ 5.13's arbs, 40" creepy crawler comp stickies on allied rock a thon double beadlocks ,oba

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          • #6
            We had bought the 1964 CJ3b fire jeep we had back in 2002 or so (can't remember the specific date) for $3500 from a guy in cincinnatti, it has a working pump on it, no dually.. and it wasn't a CJ5. We traded it to John DiCola & he has it up in Nesshannock.

            Like what was essentially said before, finding a "book value" is pretty much impossible, if you want a more realistic estimate, poke around the internet & see if any had been sold or are being sold & what they are asking.


            Mel
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