Priced for quick sale! This turns heads and a few thoughtful touches to make her show quality. I gave a fair estimate to do that, at having someone else doing the work. $800 in cosmetic parts, restore to original color? $600- 3000 gets you a Schedule One $23,400 value.
Don't allow some uneducated pretender to low ball your classic. Heritage (link below) will give you a fair and equitable value. There are unscrupulous people, as in all things telling you different. USE THESE GUIDLINES! This original numbers matching classic was rebuilt about 50,000 miles ago. Thoughtful upgrades included an Edelbrock intake, new 4bbrl carb with electronic fuel system and distributor. If you're looking for a classic that screams classic, draws a crowd wherever you go and isn't another Camaro or Mustang, but the first model year of the "Gentleman's sportscar" concept. Than this is the car to own. To add to the quality and status of this car is collectors' plates. No more tabs. Also a retro sound system, upgraded for your iPod/phone with additional outputs. It's not quite an A rating, Heritage "A" is worth $23,400. (see below chart, this I would place in the class 3 range) This is close, very close and a great buy!
See the Hagerty report below, the average value of this car is $11,000. This one is $800 in parts away from making the "A" list! Notice the upswing in value, this car is gaining value, annually. Especially in the last year. Collectors are scooping these cars up!
Hagerty, valuation for the 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo !!No low ball offers, please!!
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo2dr Coupe 8-cyl. 350cid/250hp 2bblVALUE TRENDS COMPARABLES MODEL HISTORY
Stay with the 70 Monte Carlo for investment potential.
Or, trade for ? 66-71classic in any state
You can drive this all day long, drives as new, looks as new and you'll be proud to own her.