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Old 04-09-2015, 07:47 AM   #1
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Default 1934 5 Window Value ???

I know pictures are best , they will follow when my helper comes the end of next week and get car out of the trailer for photo opp.

I'm going to list what I have

1934 5 Window coupe
Needs floor pans ( I talked to Paul Bradley about my Bought & paid for set )
She has juice brakes
Open rear end
Wood kit from Mac's antiques
Some new body panels from Mac's antiques
Grill ( needs some work )
Nice Hood
Hood sides ( maybe 33's )
Rear fenders ( Both )
Front fenders ( Both )
Running Boards ( Both )
Nice head light Buckets
Nice extra 34 Dash ( one in car is chopped up to fit 50 gauges )
3 Speed side shift Trans.
1934 Rebuilt Shocks 2 front 2 rear w arms & links

8Ba Block / Cleaned - shot peened - Magged
Merc Crank ( plugs removed & cleaned )
8 Merc pistons & rods
Also 8 balanced 8Ba rods
L 100 cam ( will require use of Electric fuel pump Fuel pump lobe worn on cam )
Complete valve train including lifters
A Chevy Dist. Machining all ready done
I think I have 2 - 8 CM heads if not I have 2 RT heads
Choice of intake 1X2 or 2X2 or 3X2 or 4X2
Carb Cores 1 -4 as needed
Starter core
8Ba dist. (Core)
Gen. (Core)
Fly wheel
Clutch (Core)
Water Pumps (Core)
Fan w/ Mounting hardware
Polished Timing cover
Oil Pan
Oil pump With pickup tube
Front Pulley
Front bolt & washer
Radiator

As you can see it's pretty much all there.
( although some assembly required )

I have owned this car since 1969 / been gathering parts

Sold with Bill of sale only.

What Might this be worth ??

This has been long but there is a lot there.
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Old 04-10-2015, 06:49 AM   #2
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I Would really like to establish a Value so I can Put her up for sale on the Barn.

THANKS GUYS

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Old 04-10-2015, 09:35 AM   #3
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I'm looking forward to seeing the pictures.
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Old 04-10-2015, 09:50 AM   #4
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I recently sold my 5 window, with uninstalled L-B interior, early V-8 garage brakes installed,
New Bob Drake grill and running boards, decent paint, great running stock engine .
Had 5- 16" bent spoke K-H wheels, new tires, complete set of deluxe garnish moldings . A no rust Texas car. Front fenders, grill, and hood were included but not installed. I received
30k for the car.
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Old 04-10-2015, 10:12 AM   #5
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There's a '34 5W listed on Hemmings that's complete, unrestored for $25. Take a look to see how yours compares. Glad you're putting this back into circulation.
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39topless:
Me and my computer just had a fight & I could not find it.
Any clues how I can ?
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Old 04-10-2015, 11:33 AM   #7
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Me and my computer just had a fight & I could not find it.
Any clues how I can ?
Here ya go. Wish I had the money.

http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/...d/1727896.html
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Old 04-10-2015, 12:01 PM   #8
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Thanks for the link. Sorry Bill, I should have supplied it earlier. Also noticed a museum quality '34 roadster going for $60. "The prices, they are a changin' ".
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Old 04-11-2015, 09:29 AM   #9
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Hate to say it but I imagine most folks who could/would afford the cost of one of those would prefer to drop the bod and fenders on new, modern running gear. It may be slower but more profitable to sell the body, fenders and interior, at an inflated amount based on demand for street rods, and then let all that running gear trickle out to traditionalists. If someone does have the mindset to continue a traditional hot rod build, or restore it, that would be obvious in the first meeting and you could make a nice deal for somebody who deserves it. Otherwise you should gouge the $#% out of some kook through Hemmings, and get a pretty penny, for "careful storage of this rare and intriguing collectible piece of American automotive history and blah-da blah, blah, blah...." You know, send it over to Sweden with the rest of the nice clean bodies! Good luck, wish I was in a position to take it over! -Chris
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:50 AM   #10
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Does any one have an estimated value ??

I Know it will help with pictures > coming next week <
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Old 04-14-2015, 01:06 PM   #11
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Bill, Is this just a conversation post or do you actually want to sell it? If so put it on Ebay with your description and a couple of pictures and within a week you will find out what it will bring. That is what it is worth not what somebody estimates it. Even then you don't have to sell it.
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Does any one have an estimated value ??

I Know it will help with pictures > coming next week <
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Bill, Is this just a conversation post or do you actually want to sell it? If so put it on Ebay with your description and a couple of pictures and within a week you will find out what it will bring. That is what it is worth not what somebody estimates it. Even then you don't have to sell it.
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I intend on selling her Hopefully to a Barner .
I need to know where to start the $$$ so it does sell.
But not be stupid on my part & give it away.
I would love to have someone get her & make her road ready then offer me a ride in her.
That is one thing on my Bucket list I would love to cross off.
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Hey Bill,

Here is a auction that just ended here in florida. 33-34 3-5 windows in various conditions... with auction prices! 3 windows went for some serious coin.

https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog...=2&sort=0#cnTb

33-34 is one I'd like to have someday. Maybe after I finish my truck I will be on the lookout.

Hope the link helps some.
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Old 04-14-2015, 03:27 PM   #15
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Tinker:

THANKS but no link came through >>>

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How about now?

https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog...=2&sort=0#cnTb

https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog.asp?aid=92266&p=2&sort=0#cnTb
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I sure it's your baby and you would prefer it to stay together; but probably the best bang for your buck, would be get the chassis rolling (if it isn't) and loosely install the fenders, grille, hood, etc. Then take some decent and detailed pictures. It will look like a car and more importantly, as a roller, it can be transported by a shipping company. If there is any chance at all of getting it titled, do it, that would raise the value and help in both domestic and foreign (almost a requirement) sales. Sell the engine and trans stuff separately. The 8BA sounds good; but won't be everybody's choice.
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Does any one have an estimated value ??

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If you don't know what you want for it or what to ask for it, why not just list it as you have here along with pictures and offer it on a best offer basis.
That will bring out the buyers if there are any and give you an idea what they are willing to pay for the stuff. It's the same old thing, if you are a seller it's worth less than you think, if you are a buyer it's worth more than you think. Probably could meet somewhere in the middle.
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Thanks Tinker / Worked that time>>
It gives me a starting point ---
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If you don't know what you want for it or what to ask for it, why not just list it as you have here along with pictures and offer it on a best offer basis.
The classifieds on the Ford Barn need to have prices listed. It's not an option to list things "best offer".
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