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AUTO IMPORTS
6011 Airline Dr. Metatairie, LA 70003
Metairie, LA 70003

(504) 576-1966

1964 Ford Thunderbird

Price

$11,999

Mileage

20,249

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Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
V8 1.0L
transmission
Transmission
Automatic
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Black
interior-color
Interior Color
Black
stock
Stock #
Z00016
request-VIN
VIN
4Y83Z126957
Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
N/A
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Description

AUTO IMPORTS has an AWESOME SPECIAL Looking for TAX TIME 2024 deal? We have this BLACK 1964 Ford Thunderbird with 20,249 Miles. PRICE $11.999 It comes equipped with a 390ci V8, 3 speed automatic transmission, power steering, power Windows, A/M F/M radio; This is a one of a kind 1964 Ford Thunderbird with actual miles and factory paint. Runs and drives like a dream with no leaks. Frame is clean with no rust and this old boy has no rattles and tracks well. No Air condition; Please us a call @ 504 571-5600 for more information and appointment. THINGS THAT MAKE CLASSIC CARS GO UP IN VALUE The value of a classic car can sometimes be unpredictable on the market. Consider the many things that can make a classic car’s value go up, from its condition to its parts and more! 1. Condition The most significant factor in determining the value of a classic car is its condition. You could have the rarest car model in the world, but if it’s covered in rust and in need of a massive restoration in order to be drivable, the vehicle’s value will drop. While some collectors have no interest in driving classic cars, many still want a vehicle they can take for a spin since they spent so much money on it. However, a classic car owner can control and improve the car’s condition through a professional restoration project. It may be costly to improve the condition, but the value added is typically well worth the price of repairs. 2. Rarity Classic cars are like any other collector’s item—the rarer a thing is, the more valuable it’ll be to collectors. For instance, you may adore the Ford Mustang, but millions of that muscle car have been produced since its creation. This means it’s not exactly rare, which can equate to a lower value. The rarity of a vehicle can be determined in multiple ways—only a limited number of the model were ever produced, or few are still around today. As a vehicle gets older and fewer of its kind survive or are available for purchase, its value will increase. 3. Popularity Not every vintage vehicle has to be rare to be valuable. Popular cars from famous brands can also be incredibly valuable. However, the popularity of a make and model is harder to derive value from and can be fickle. A make and model’s popularity can come from tradition, portrayal in media, motorsport success, and many other ways. If your classic car isn’t rare, you’ll at least want it to be a popular model or come from a renowned brand. 4. Year Age is, of course, another significant factor in the value of a car. In most cases, as long as the vehicle maintains good condition, it will become more valuable the older it gets. But, there are instances when the year of a model can make it less valuable compared to other models of newer years. It’s not uncommon for a newer car to be more valuable than an older model because of subtle differences between model years or due to the rarity, making it more valuable in the eyes of collectors. Research your particular classic car’s year to determine its value in relation to other models from preceding and succeeding years. 5. Restoration Quality The best way to improve a vehicle’s condition is by restoring it. For a classic car, the restoration quality is a significant factor in its value. If a vintage vehicle is restored correctly—using original parts and improving its cosmetic look and performance—its value can skyrocket. If the restoration is amateurish and haphazard, collectors will scoff at the value. It’s not enough for restoration to make an old car look new; it must maintain an authentic look and feel. Restoring a classic is a large and expensive undertaking, so ensure you have the budget and time to see the process through to the end before starting such a project. 6. Mileage Like the condition of a vehicle, the mileage of a classic plays a key role in its value. Often, mileage and condition go together as vehicles with more miles are typically in worse condition. As we all know, a new car l

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