I have an 84 ford thunderbird in excellent condition with under 80,000 miles. what is the value?

6 Answers

  • 5 months ago

    In good condition it is worth around $2,500 if it is a V8 or V6. If it is a 4 cylinder around $1800. https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/1984/Ford/Thunderb...

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Take it to a car auction. It will cost about $10 to run it thru and you are under no obligation to sell it.

    See what it brings. Id say its value would be no more than about $1500 above what it brings.

    A dealer auction would probably be better but if you cant get in one, an auction open to the public will do.

    Another option is to take it to CarMax and ask them for a cash offer. Again, fair value is probably not much more than $1500 above what they offer. Maybe $1700-1800.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Good question. If it was garage kept and in great running condition it might be worth $2500-4000?

    But anyone can ASK anything they want.

    Value is determined by BOTH what a buyer would pay and a seller would accept. Someone asking $7000 does not mean its worth that if nobody will pay it.

    Similarly, if you took it to an auction and it only brought $1800 and you declined to sell it, it does not mean its only worth $1800.

    I fight with the board of equalization regularly over my house value. I told them if anyone wanted to give me their appraisal value, I would be out in 2 weeks.

  • 5 months ago

    Look on Autotrader Classics and see what other '84 T-Birds are going for with similar miles.

    (That "between 8K and 10K" quote above is WAY off. I've seen VERY low mileage Turbo Coupes for $10K, but that's asking price. They actually go for way lower.

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  • Gabe
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    Worth depends on the buyer and seller.

  • .
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    I would say between 8,000 and 10,000 dollars, depending on how it looks and runs.

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