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Old 07-27-2004, 10:35 AM   #1
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Fair Market Value for Gauchos from 65 GT

I am renovating the interior of my 65 GT and have removed both the side and front gauchos. They are complete with original hardware, storage pans and all cushions. I would like to sell them but do not have a basis to set a price. What would be reasonable to ask?
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Old 07-27-2004, 11:08 AM   #2
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I need a front goucho for my 1963 Overlander.
I think $ 20.00 would be a great price, shipping included.
No, seriously, pm me and let me know where it is located. I would be interested if you're close to Los Angeles, or perhaps close to Colorado Springs.
As far as pricing, I have no clue. I would think $ 100.00 or so, depends on overall condition, and whether or not it is 100% complete??
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Old 07-27-2004, 12:19 PM   #3
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Vintage parts values are an odd thing to pin down. When you have it, and don't need it, it's worthless junk. When you need it, and you can't find a replacement anywhere, it's priceless. Somewhere in the middle hopefully you'll be able to find a happy place for both of you. I think Ewe's offer is more than fair especially as there are probably only a couple of folks in the whole country who need specifically what you have at any given time.

I gutted a '63 Flying Cloud some time ago and had some really nice parts that only took me two years to find a home for. But, I couldn't bring myself to chuck 'em as I knew SOMEBODY would need them SOMEWHERE and SOMETIME!

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