Help With Value Of A '65 289 With Front Bench Seat

all-bull

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Hello,
I am an auctioneer and am trying to help a client out by selling his vehicle. I apologize if this is the wrong thread to post this in. But I would like to see if anyone could give me an approximate auction value for this vehicle? Here are the details from the seller:

Original mileage 118,358
I've had for 11-12yrs, mileage was 103,750 when I bought it
It's an "A" code, meaning it was a factory installed 289 v-8 off the assembly line, so that matches
Don't know if it's the original engine I couldn't see ...
1 of 1500 to have bench seats instead of buckets 1965 model yr
4 brl Edelbrock Carburetor
277 hp
Alum rims

What I've added to it:
Rocker panels
Monte Carlo Sway bar
Seat belts, shoulder belts
Steel plate firewall behind rear seat
Chrome head covers / Edelbrock
matches air filter/carb
10 disc cd changer mounted in trunk
Pioneer speakers
Custom radio to match original

any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!


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Moosee1955

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Nada old car value guides show anywhere from $20,000 to $30,000, but that is for a stock mustang. Aftermarket items will knock down value. If your selling it at an auction with no reserve, it can bring $25k or it can tank at $5k. Bottom line it's what the customer is willing to pay. A good starting point is at around $27 k and go from there.


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