Tried looking on kbb.com for the listed price on a 1975 Ford Mustang which is in good condition...but i noticed that the "year" catagory was never older than 1987...im looking into buying this car from a dealer...and wanted to get the price for it so i could apply for a loan...does the kbb apply to classic cars like that? or can anyone help me out...im pretty sure i could get the loan because the car is only 7,000...ive seen it and it is a very nice looking car...plz help...if any more info is needed just ask in your question
Well edmunds.com may give you a value, but if your applying for a loan through your bank they will value it themselves if they will even do a loan for you on a car that old. most banks will not finance something that old, and if they do you will have to have perfect credit.
call a local bank they are more than happy to share the bbl and i thik its the red book values for retail, wholesale and trade in. i've called many times. they have also helped me out with a couple classic cars and motorcycles as well..