what is a 1964 ford thunderbird worth
power windows a lot of chrome in and out. miner cosmetic work needed.
ultimately whatever the buyer and seller agree on. I would start watching Ebay and see what they are selling for...
IT IS WORTH WHAT SOMEONE IS WILLING TO PAY FOR IT. John P. Bozony
There are a lot of variables. hardtop, convertible, color, How many miles, mechanical condition, anything rebuilt, everything original, has the car been modified and to what extent, body and paint condition, minor cosmetic work could mean a lot of different things, does everything work as it should, etc, etc, etc. Way too many to even start to estimate a value on the car. MrBlueOval
All of the above answers are correct. You left off too much information. I can tell you what two of them brought in Mississippi. Both in original condition, both hard tops. Needing no repairs, paint or upholstery. Ready... one $4500 and the other $6000. I know the books show $15k but not around here. The best answer is whatever a buyer is willing to pay and what the seller is willing to take. Only when you both agree, it it the value.
Thats about right Larry I just offered $5700 on a 1965 hardtop buy it now price was $6000. so im looking again found 2 at $10 and 10.5?