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Valuation for a 1949 Autocar U90 Cabover

Posted By Dbenson Saturday, March 12, 2022 11:40 AM
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Thanks Steve. This is helpful.
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Thanks Steve. This is helpful.
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Because there are so few U series Autocars in existence, I would branch out to other comparable makes/models to compare values.

I have a 47 U-70 that is a 3/4 finished radically modified hot rod. (still looks nearly stock to the casual observer) I value it at $50,000 as it sits and $75-$80,000 when complete. It may seem unfair, but restorations usually bring only a fraction of the value of a well done roadworthy hot rod.

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Hello All - I have a restored 1949 Autocar U90 that I need some help appraising and/or valuing. The truck is not for sale, but I can't seem to find any recent sales of similar vehicles and I don't know anyone who has enough knowledge of the truck to help me with a valuation. any suggestions or direction very much appreciated!

Thank you.

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