Re: 1969 Chevelle SS 396 (L78) Convertible
Realistically, you will be able to get an appraisal of somewhere between $25,000 and $30,000, if the car is as nice as you say. I had my Malibu appraised for a new insurance policy a few months back, and they came back with $30,000.
I have spent more than that on just drive line upgrades in the past year and a half.
Keep in mind, that appraised value has nothing to do with what you could actually get for the car if you decided to sell. At that point in time, the car is worth exactly what someone is willing to write you a check for.
Like many of us, you have built the car you wanted to build, not staying up at nights in a cold sweat wondering if you will ever recoup your "investment". You already know that the answer is "no".
But monetary worth is not worth near as much as the enjoyment you will receive. I look forward to seeing some pictures.
'67 Chevelle Malibu, Catalina Blue, 540 inch Rat, Air Flow Reasearch 290 CNC Heads heads, Custom Hyd Roller, .675 lift, 234, 244 at .050, Lemons Headers, Holley Multiport Fuel Injection, TCI 6X 6Speed Automatic, 12 bolt Posi Eaton TruTrac, 3:31 Richmond Gears, front and rear power disc brakes, Global West Suspension, etc.
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