I'm Selling a 1962 Chevy Nova and wanted to see if any of you guys had any idea how much I should charge for it.

Asked by Sep 23, 2016 at 10:24 PM about the 1962 Chevrolet Nova

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

4 door
fire engine red
be cool radiator
tuck and roll interior
optimat battery
bass inferno amp and 10in sub woofer
msd blaster 2 coil
all new seals and rubber
pour 15 inside of the trunk
flowmaster 2.5 inch dual exhaust
Halogen lights

missing one hubcap
minor bubbling

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Certainly would look to buy one....that would set the price...often a lot of customization makes it worth LESS...just have to find the right customer...a car like yours...a college campus...because it's a 4 door is kinda less money...don't ask me why~ could research this..but might say see if you can take it back to ordinary~ might fetch more money~


Put a fixed listing on ebay (set price real high) or Craigslist and let buyer make offers. sell it if you like the best offer.

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The 4 doors is going to kill you on the price, but I would say about 15,000.00, good luck

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