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thinking of selling my 1960 Adventurer
so i have been struggling with the thought of selling my late fathers 1960 Adventurer 4 door for a while now... I spent several hours sitting in the old girl the other day doing a mental pros and cons list and i think it might be time to let it go. I figure that i am doing more harm than good just letting it sit in my garage and only really taking it out twice a year. We drove it 35 miles to a show for the 4th of July this year, that is the farthest it has been driven in over 15 years. now my question is, is there a market for these vehicles? this car has always been in the family so i never had to think about selling prices or values. obviously id have to take a lot of pictures and whatnot, but is there a starting price for a 1960 adventurer 4 door sedan? i asked around at the last car show i went to but everyone just kept telling me that there are no DeSoto's in my area to go off of so they wouldn't even know where to start. any advice would be great.
There's a 20,000 mile DeSoto Fireflite on eBay now and they are asking $39,000 for it. It all goes to condition and milage. I'm going to sell my 66 Dodge Polara and I am putting it on Hemmings online auction. There are some websites that offer price values. I just Went to Hemmings and they show a 60 Adventurer from 19,200 to 39,500.
@regisbodnar yea I saw that on eBay, I am going to see what kind of interest i can drum up locally. I have never used an auction of any kind to sell anything so I am thinking starting off with a vehicle might be a bit much lol