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#256151 - 09/26/12 06:28 PM 1924 Chevrolet Superior 4-door sedan
bev Offline
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Registered: 09/26/12
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Loc: Texas
My family has recently inherited a 1924 chevy from my dad. It has not been restored but is in very good shape. The upolstery appears to be original and there are very few blemishes on the car's exterior. I have several questions about selling my dad's car and thought you guys could help. We have the original title but it is not titled in his name. Is that an issue when selling classic cars? Is the title more like a bonus for potential buyers? How does one determine the value of a 1924 chevy? What is the best platform to use in selling an antique car? Thank you in advance for any help that is given.

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#256161 - 09/26/12 10:39 PM Re: 1924 Chevrolet Superior 4-door sedan [Re: bev]
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Registered: 10/28/10
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Hello Bev,

On the subject of title, yes, it is important, and if a buyer wants to register and drive the car, title must be transferred properly. As for the value, it depends on the actual authenticity, which must be left to an expert. The good news is that you will find an expert in your town, just ask around. You can get a good idea of the market value by reading comparable advertisements in Hemmings Motor News, the best resource for classic car trading. Consider getting the car on the road and enjoy it for a year, you might find that you have inherited more than a car, but a piece of history and a healthy social circle.


#256173 - 09/27/12 02:55 AM Re: 1924 Chevrolet Superior 4-door sedan [Re: bev]
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Registered: 09/19/08
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value fair 7500, good 10750, like new 18000

nice ones all day and night ebay 8500
I have a 1927 Chevy Capital AA 4 Door also a 1927 Chevy Touring car, a 1936 Chevy 1/2 ton and a 2010 Corvette LT3 Convertible and a 1953 Packard Caribbean. My tow car is a 2011 Suburban.

#256564 - 09/30/12 07:10 PM Re: 1924 Chevrolet Superior 4-door sedan [Re: bev]
bev Offline
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Registered: 09/26/12
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Loc: Texas
Thank you both for your input. We are going to go ahead and change title and register the car.


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