Dad has decided to give up his car-original owner, 50,000 miles, garage kept, fair cond. We have no way of knowing the average value for this car. Can you help?
Hello, I would recommend Manheim Goldbook (http://www.manheimgold.com/car_lo.html). Depending on the trim of the car, it could be worth around $1000, but a collector may be willing to offer more. You may want to test the waters on eBay and see what happens. Best of luck! CarGrrl
i will give 1200 dollars for it please let me know if u want to sell
if this car is in the shape you say it is,also if inside is clean and outside i clean no dents or scratches or rust,and asuming 350 engine and auto. trans.sure i will give you $1200 to.but to be honest if this car is what you say value$3,500 to $5,000.i don't think they made that many because at the time the IMPala was on it's way out.if im right 77 was the last until they brought them back in 01 or 02 i think.
Almost right, the Impala was made until 85 (just a 2-door caprice) then again from 94-96. The 94-96 being the hottest (in my opinion) I will agree with you on the $1200 price, that would be a steal! If the car is in good cond, 3500-5000 wont be un-heard of, I will agree with that 100%
I recently traded a van for an old 77 impala with the wrap around rear window and I would like to know where to look to see if this car is sought after. Not in great shape but still runs good. Frame is super straight. Has not been wrecked.
are you tryin to sell it? if so how much? i might be interested also is it a 4 door or 2 door with or without the 350 motor and trans?
Impala's were brought back in 2000 however, the caprice contiued on until 1999. Pretty much the same car with a few upgrades and different badging.