Help with valuation 1972 Hurst Olds Cutlass convertible survivor.

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  1. Weisguy184

    Weisguy184 Well-Known Member

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  2. BYoung

    BYoung Stage me

    Just an opinion but I’d say $35-45K depending on options.
     
  3. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    You want to fly me in for the negotiations? :D
     
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  4. gsfred

    gsfred Founders Club Member

    Jason.....It's a widow.... Have some shame. :)
     
  5. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    Nada guides values for your area are $53,200-$82,000.
    Full boat retail for that car is $120,500. Your playing in an expensive neighborhood.
    To recap: 1972 H/O Convertible, 455 w/W30 pkg and A/C.
    It sounds like the car needs work so $45k is fair.
     
  6. Weisguy184

    Weisguy184 Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys. I was thinking $40k. I suppose it will boil down to wether any of her relatives muddy the water.
     
  7. 72STAGE1

    72STAGE1 Runnin' with the Devil

    Oh they will, they have all seen Mecum and Barrett J so it definitely going to the $100k realm unless you are the luckiest guy in the World. Anyone would pay $40k for that car so immediately its worth much more like the $50-60k is realistic IMHO.....I hope you score it, I would love it too, btw its one of the most desirable Hurst Olds they made.
     
  8. BYoung

    BYoung Stage me

    I'm not a 'vert man but that's one I'd be proud to own. Good luck.
     
  9. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    Brian is right close.. 50k is my opinion.
     
  10. moleary

    moleary GOD Bless America

    Popping popcorn...
     
  11. 72 goat herder

    72 goat herder Well-Known Member

    Weisguy184,

    In addition to my 1972 GS Stage 1 car I also own a 1972 Hurst Olds with the Sunroof option. I follow the Hurst Olds market and am a member of the Hurst Olds Club of America. As you may know, there were only 629 Hurst Olds made in 1972, of which 130 were convertibles, 220 Sunroof cars and 279 Hardtops (all with the 455 motor).

    As far as recent sales, a convertible sold back in January for $68,200, one in July for $49,500 and an unrestored convertible sold this month for $59,400. So, the valuations above are in the correct range.

    Note: the car you are looking at does have the original foam air cleaner sponge. The reproductions are solid black vs the green one in your photo's.

    FYI - You can find additional information on the hurstolds.com website.

    Good luck with your pursuit.
     
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  12. Weisguy184

    Weisguy184 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info. The relatives are getting involved but they want the car for free and the widow doesn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. Her husband had it insured for 45k. I told her that was a big number but one that I was willing to pay. I know that that car was well maintained stored in heated garage never altered or damaged. All original one owner survivor. The widow said that she is going to sit on the car for a while and do nothing for now. I don’t blame her. I will be patient and stay in touch. I really appreciate the help from everyone here on the board
     
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  13. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    Good luck! Sounds like you’re the guy should have it.
    Maybe you will!
    Patrick
     
  14. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

    2018 Collector Car Price Guide - from Old Cars Report Price Guide state #2 condition as $52,500 and #1 condition as $75,000. The car appears excellent so it is very likely at least a #2. They do not break down into Auto versus Stick or if W-30 or not.
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2019
  15. gs66

    gs66 Well-Known Member

    Hope you get the car. I used to see it around once in a while. $40-$48k seems plenty fair. Let us know what happens.
     

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