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Collector Car Value Report
1972 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 440-225hp (8cyl-4V) AT
#5 #4 #3 #2 #1
Brougham 2dr Hardtop 825 2175 5300 9150 14275
Brougham 4dr Hardtop 650 1700 4475 7200 10775
Brougham 4dr Sedan 600 1600 4125 6475 9700
Town & Ctry 4dr Wagon 1075 2875 7500 12800 20825
440-245hp (8cyl-4V) NC
No air conditioning -10%
Manual windows -3%
Throw them guides in the trash
Well, NADA and Hagerty are ridiculous. But VMR actually seems to pay attention to what they sell for...
But selling isnt always accurate. When was the last time you told the DMV the truth on a buying price? I NEVER have
Here in AZ we don't pay sales tax on private sales so nobody knows what we pay.
...and that makes sense. taxes on my blue car have been paid 5 different times. No sales tax should be paid on anything used
I think you can double the value of the car if you fix the seats.
It pays to buy from a private owner here as opposed to a dealer where you do pay sales tax. On our 5th wheel trailer it saved us $2900.
That is a lot of coin .....
Does kinda seem unfair, doesn't it?
Absolutely! Yet, it happens. The gov even wants taxes on swap meet sales .......
I pay a one time flat fee of $140.00 in MN at time of title transfer and plate requests. I tell them accurately what I paid for and a bill of sale. That is for "Collector" plates only which have a restricted use guideline list which I find loopholes and violate all the time between April and November. If I sell before one year passes then I pay full sales tax...But, I never sell anything.
Oliver just saw a black 72 4dr in KC CL asking 12K...pretty mint 54K miles...now of course I will see all for sale when scanning c bodies. Let me know if you want link to compare.
I couldn't find any Fusey in KC CL. Doc, I only found this '69 nearby...
1969 New Yorker
That's the one...I had the year wrong...I'm such a doofus.
Thanks Doc. I like the gold and green interior on this one.
Thank you all for your time and input; I appreciate it. I think I'll wait another month or two and advertise it on NY CL + see what happens. While it saddens me to part with it, I do look forward to the resulting increased freedom.
I always tell DMV the truth on price. I don't like lying more than I don't like paying taxes, so I pay.
Agree, but I have to clarify that in my case... I buy kinda cheap, I am happy to pay the taxes on those purchases. I also tend to be superstitious about the possibility of someday reselling for a modest profit (on paper, before repair expenses)... so I tend to save all my receipts for anything I buy.
I know the profit thing is more like a dream, but I'm pretty sure I could document anything I ever do sell as a financial loss.