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, "Brien Tourville" <hh7x@...> wrote:
> what value could be set on a Crosley
> convertible ?
> it has surface rust but no visible perforation -
> it does need to be gone thru.
> drivetrain is intact - no interior - dash is intact.
What year is it, Brian? The '46-'52 convertibles have always been
rather rare (except the sports models and Farm-O-Roads, which are all
open) because most of the four-cylinder Crosley production was in
sedans and later in station wagons. Most of the two-cylinder Crosleys
are softops, though. From what you say, the car you described is
desirable. Interiors are easy to install. Without seeing it, it could
go from $3,000 up to maybe $6,000, but there's really no fixed
valuation system - it's how much someone wants it.