1964 Amphicar value?

epenney

New Member
I have 1964 Amphicar that I want to establish a value for. It needs restoration, and I no longer have a desire to complete the restoration. It has been stored indoors for most of the years since I got it in 1976. Does anyone on the forum know what is the best way to establish current value?

Current condition of the Amphicar is:
1. Both rear quarter panel rusted areas cut away.
2. Needs some minor body work.
3. Engine rebuilt about 1995 and is on an engine stand.
4. Trim removed and stored in trunk.
5. Transmission not rebuilt but was working just fine as of 1991.
6. Estimate +95% of parts are with the car.

Thank you,
Eric
 

bwana

New Member
I have 1964 Amphicar that I want to establish a value for. It needs restoration, and I no longer have a desire to complete the restoration. It has been stored indoors for most of the years since I got it in 1976. Does anyone on the forum know what is the best way to establish current value?

Current condition of the Amphicar is:
1. Both rear quarter panel rusted areas cut away.
2. Needs some minor body work.
3. Engine rebuilt about 1995 and is on an engine stand.
4. Trim removed and stored in trunk.
5. Transmission not rebuilt but was working just fine as of 1991.
6. Estimate +95% of parts are with the car.

Thank you,
Eric

Depends where you are located? Cars in New york are valued different than say California? Bwana
 

SNOWBIRD

Amphicar Expert
Limits you easy buyers to west coat area.(shipping east is expensive)
can you down load som pic.
This is a tough area as to bring a car back at a restoration shop such as mine/ Daves/Johns/ etc is not cheap and if a buyer pays to much for a project car his final bill will be way more than he can buy a perfect turn key car for. We see it all the time.
Just did one the fellowed payed $20,000.oo for once yoiur into it it was worse than he thought..
But saying that If can find a complete/good car(not a rusted out hulk) for 10 to 15,ooo I would jump on it.
 
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