I am thinking about buying a 1983 Crown Vic. The seller is asking $1500 and I was wondering if that sounds like a fair price for this old of a car?

Asked by bonham1989 Oct 21, 2007 at 09:39 PM about the 1983 Ford Crown Victoria

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Dark Brown color
Some rust on side and bumper...not too major
cloth interior...in great shape
Only 39000 actual miles on it!
perfect mechanical shape

4 Answers

offer 1200 if he bites take it if not still a good price.

21,935

I agree with the previous response. Try to get it for less ... if you can.

well....i also agree...i once saw a crown Victoria for sale for 700 dollars... it was also in decent shape(it was just a old car...thats all)

65

Ford Salesman here. Way too much. Car is worth $100 - $500 wholesale. So if you're buying it as is, anymore than that is too much. This is not a desireable car, regardless of the low mileage.

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