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Posted By AirCooled Thursday, March 25, 2021 5:16 AM
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Because the market is so small and the quality of each specimen varies so widely, you will never find a "blue book" price. I think it best in your case to work with a professional appraiser to come up with a "stated value".

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Morning

I am trying to get a bonded title for one of my trucks and one of the things I need is a valuation price guide for a 1955 White 3000.

I have not found any value guides (NADA, Haggerty, Kelley Blue Book, etc) that covers this Make or Model.

Any ideas?

I know I could pay for an appraisal but I would rather not do that if I don't have to.

Thanks

Brian

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