how much is a 1971 all original impala worth

Asked by jr0716 Jan 12, 2007 at 05:43 PM about the 1971 Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

how much is it worth all origanal never been resored and is in perfect conditons with no rust

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21,800

Dear jr0716-- The NADA guide (nadaguides.com) says your 1971 Cevrolet Impala is worth between $2,400 and $8,450. You indicated no options, such as type engine, so I chose none when I ran this. Another way to get an idea of pricing is to compare your car with others being advertised in your local newspapers and online at sites such as Autotrader.com or Cars.com. You might also check what is being offered on the various sites at Craigslist.com. Good luck from Bovan.

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It has a 350 motor. It runs grate the intera is in good shape the body is still good no rust it's been in my shop for 10 years

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