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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-09-2017, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know current NADA trade in value?

Does anyone know current NADA trade in value of a 95 SS in good condition?

I did a quick google search and it didn't turn up much helpful info

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Perhaps check the KBB and NADA websites?

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Hey Fuzz. Using my zip and 150000 miles I came up with this. Used Car Values, Car Trade-In Values | Autobytel.com
Hope it helps you out there.
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Perhaps check the KBB and NADA websites?
I tried NADA and they did not show me a trade in value. Maybe there isn't one for a car 20+ years old. This has to do with taxes paid during a sale and my state going by NADA.

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May have to check under Caprice and then SS option. Whatever it is, it is far less than you would get by selling yourself. Dealers always win bigly on a trade.

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Probably whatever the scrap value is due to age.


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A car is worth what people are willing to pay for it. Sometimes they are worth more and sometimes less...... Also have to take into consideration the location where the vehicle is at, unless your going to market it Nation or Worldwide...

Take good pics of it and List it for sale, put whatever price you want on it, with a, Or Best Offer Option on it. People will call and let you know what they are willing to pay for it.... go from there..

Note... I buy and sell alot of SS and B bodies, and SS are rising in value. This year there are less cars offered, and I have not seen many under the 6k mark in decent shape, this past year.

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A car is worth what people are willing to pay for it. Sometimes they are worth more and sometimes less...... Also have to take into consideration the location where the vehicle is at, unless your going to market it Nation or Worldwide...

Take good pics of it and List it for sale, put whatever price you want on it, with a, Or Best Offer Option on it. People will call and let you know what they are willing to pay for it.... go from there..

Note... I buy and sell alot of SS and B bodies, and SS are rising in value. This year there are less cars offered, and I have not seen many under the 6k mark in decent shape, this past year.
That's nice but my question had nothing to do with selling a SS. It was all about how much the state was going to charge me in taxes when I find a suitable one to buy (this last one I missed out on)

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Doesn't one simply pay whatever the tax is on the actual purchase price?

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Try getting a KBB or NADA Old Car Book. These are not in the current books. I doubt if it is online you will probably have to borrow or buy one.

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