[Healeys] MGC - GT
amalin at mac.com
Mon Nov 12 16:43:38 MST 2012
Re-read Curt's reply on MG value. It is dripping with subtle humor. He was not serious.
On Nov 12, 2012, at 4:34 PM, David Nock wrote:
> I wouldnt say that to a MG guy. Especially the one that we are doing
> a major restoration to right now.
> And I bet if you ask a MG, Jaguar or Triumph guy what he thought a
> BN4 was worth he may say the same thing about them.
> And if you really want to look at values acording to the CPI book
> which is published every 2 months
> Fair $4,125.00 Good $ 7,950.00 Excelent $17,525.00 with a 8%
> increase over the last listing in August
> Compared to the BN4
> Fair $ 14,550.00 good $26,000.00 Excelent $49,400.00
> with a 4% increase over the last listing in AUgust
> Same cars listed in the 2005 book
> MGC GT $ 3,400.00 $6,225.00 $11,750.00
> BN4 $9,325.00 $17,000.00 $29,725.00
> So I would never say they are worthless. They just dont have the
> value of the Healeys. The both have increased at about the percentage
> over the years.
> David Nock
> British Car Specialists
> Stockton Ca 95205
> On Nov 12, 2012, at 12:30 PM, Curtis Arndt wrote:
>> They're not worth anything. Give me his name and address and I'll
>> tow it
>> away for free. No need to thank me ;-^)
>> On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 11:55 AM, Ray Juncal <healeyray at yahoo.com>
>>> Anyone out there got an idea of current MG prices? A non car
>>> has a MGC - GT, a nice Southern California car laid up for last
>>> six years.
>>> Fluids and hydraulics gone through and it's a pretty nice driver. He
>>> asked me
>>> what the market was and I don't know so I'm asking the wisdom of
>>> the list.
>>> Can anybody help?
>>> Ray Juncal
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