Author Topic: 1970 SHOW CAR - 1 of 13 - Professionally Appraised Fair Market Value of $85,000.  (Read 2200 times)

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Offline AL0F02G100050

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Extremely Rare - Extremely Well Documented - Page 2 - Marti Report includes Hand-Written note from Ms. Lois Eminger.

Less than 100k True Miles - Though NO Documentation available, believe Engine Replaced with "Service Block" under Factory Warranty.

All other parts replaced with NOS or Concourse rated.  This Rare BOSS HAS seen some restoration process, though prior to my purchase.

Professionally Appraised by AAG on Sept. 7, 2019 to "determine the condition and fair market value".

Garage Kept.  Used for Parades, "Toys for Tots", 4th of July, etc.

Original Plan - Retire & Restore  But Life happens.



https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bJh--6wHdYejqEM5Nsu0FjpUkCH3sa-V/view?usp=sharing


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f600TiyOpwXjAluLvjGUkbZK_c7SCj61/view?usp=sharing


https://drive.google.com/open?id=1f2nsf_SioGwCR0kg0V-OBK62AjPM-jJ5


https://drive.google.com/file/d/11Cv8UfNEPU2zQQoLy2v2mPxbQLPNAbiA/view?usp=sharing


Couple more pics as requested.  First with wife's MACH 1 and Second with 2013 BOSS 302

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kS1pFEnHdJfp5u1wOT2gXcHCHrY_7qe0

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sF9TIx2k_N11eFD7paQAQYNoLHgv-Row



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Updated Pictures posted as requested - Just taken - All date with date "20191006_xxxxxx.jpg".  Just returned home, otherwise I would have posted them sooner.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/13u_DyPWWKw3nGLmdJwbj1suZM0vDZQrX/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NaIiFJGRo8-P1PAXnmxjUr3-VU1oj4Kn

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https://drive.google.com/open?id=1O3a8ti6TSVph9wtsfbDwsT5x8zTgHsEw

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fiC1gTeWAXRI_wQZLyzg4G69rNyN5wcR

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1V2UCbWuu5wcxkCNy5LlqIGfqfqZu4_yd

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YjMeZraXyWVIH5GXzu9_r72dg8hx03dc

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oKm5oToXl-7YED62aGgYjrGbqrH251WZ

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FgpSesOMeDMMh9pZFdlK6GL6M_bC21cB

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FHZqsstk1nUJvKwEa1-mi8TOvxhDx2KV

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oEF8XeZcecny834nUBJzzwsqUITvQRI-

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eXmibaY-RE2gqP8kBEIl1ot5qskTXDZR

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ENCA-kAGQDbUMyCslLNBNrXkthzzFqsV

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ENCA-kAGQDbUMyCslLNBNrXkthzzFqsV

https://drive.google.com/open?id=11Cv8UfNEPU2zQQoLy2v2mPxbQLPNAbiA

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kS1pFEnHdJfp5u1wOT2gXcHCHrY_7qe0




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Offline elvis

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See it now has a shaker ...does it still have the dog dish hubcaps?  Cool deal ...good luck , post some more pics o the engine, and car.

Offline AL0F02G100050

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sri - not Dog Dish Hubs - But did post couple more pics
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Who gave you the appraisal?
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Offline AL0F02G100050

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Auto Appraisal Group [AAG] - Researched a number of articles and sites - These appeared to be among the best.

https://www.autoappraisal.com/aboutaag.htm
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A potential out of state buyer of my 70 B2 contacted AAG and they sent out an appraiser. Guy clearly knew nothing about a B2. Spent over 2 hours watching the guy look here and there....an absolute waste of my time and the buyer's money. Appraisal, which took 2 weeks to get, wasn't even close to what I eventually sold the car for which was slightly under the market value at that time.

Lesson learned....hire a known qualified appraiser that specializes in B2s.
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They actually were recommended by a couple of individuals - though I can not attest to your specific experience.  However, I would be interested in who you would recommend as a "Qualified Appraiser".  I really do not want to sell - But if I must, I wish to be fair.
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For a high dollar car here's the guys i would trust (Besides Myself)

Marcus A
Perkins (Guess he does this)
Ed Meyer
Jeff S (Semo)

A local forum person is always a good first pass before you pay one of the above experts i am guessing they are $1,000 to $1,500 could be money well spent all dependent on the travel $$
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Offline AL0F02G100050

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Appreciate the information - truly. 

Doubt I can afford Perkins Restoration to come out from WI all the way to S.C. [wish I could]  - already spent more than I should on something that just tears me up knowing I have to do.

Will try and locate Mr. Ed Meyer and Mr. Jeff S. later, gonna have to wrap my hear around all this, again.

But I do Thank you for the insight and your time.
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I would think pics of engine, undercarriage, interior would help. Not much to go on with the limited pics so far.
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Is this one of those early cars with the different gas cap and unpainted tail light bezels? If so, ... 8) 8)  Like Mr Greene said some pics would sure help.
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sri 4 delay - Will get some pics this weekend - work from 6am - 10:30pm.

Can do Engine plus whatever - anything specific?

Kinda hard to get down low for undercarriage these days, but will do what I can.

 
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Pm sent.
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No sure about the different Gas Cap - But that does appear to describe the Tail-Lights
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There were actually (14) of these cars. I used to own one of them. They were all virtually identical and were made to go out to special events to show the new 1970 models. They went to Convention Centers and Auto show events.  There were several unique features on these cars.
1) The trim around the back Fastback glass was Stainless Steel
2) The tail light bezels were chrome, just like regular production 1970 Mustangs.
3) The Boss stripes behind the rear wheels going towards the rear bumper, went thru the quarter panel light. They were put on before the quarter panel lights.
4) They all were the same color with virtually identical options
5) They all had the Mach 1 anodized aluminum  trim pcs  on the rear tail light panel. They did not have the plastic honeycomb pc but just the (3) trim pcs.

These were very unique cars that may be hard to explain at car shows, but there are several photos of these cars out there from back in the day.