How much can we sell such a car?

Asked by Jul 23, 2012 at 04:58 PM about the 1972 Plymouth Valiant

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I own a 1972 Plymouth Valiant, 2 doors, original pain, 77,000 miles, mint condition

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no one here can give u an exact or even close value, all types of people pay different prices for such cars..a car is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.. a valiant isnt a muscle car or high demand car, since running i would assume anywhere from $500 to $2200... lets say u find the right person that really wants one cuz it looks cool or their parents had one or they just want one u could get a decent amount of money, however in the world of used cars these days u can buy a car with twice as better fuel mileage with all the options from 500 to 1500 needing repairs or just good luck..

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FInding that right person is key and there are plenty of people looking for the old Plymouths. To the average person, Dan is right, not worth more that $1000, but to a collector, depending on the condition of the car, it could be worth more. One price guide I use lists it at $3K-6K. Put it up on ebay or start looking around for others to get an idea on how much others are willing to pay.


A lot depends on the engine and other options it has.You should list here what the car is. 6 or 8 cylinders. A/C or no. Vinyl top? Vinyl interior or cloth. The options make all the difference.

I have a 1974 Plymouth valiant 4 door with 3400 original miles straight 6 and I am asking for $2300 anyone interested

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