|1968 GT/CS PRICING GUIDE|
1968 GT/CS & HCS
Price Guide - 1968 GT/California SpecialsSpecial thanks to site member StraightSix for putting together the following pricing guide in 2003.
How to use this price guide:
CONCOURSE: Nearly perfect condition. The vehicle has usually been professionally restored to the current highest standards, but a few exceptionally well cared-for original cars may qualify. All components are original or are an exact replacement. Most "concourse" cars are not driven more than a few miles per year, if at all. There are vehicles, usually due to an interesting history or special circumstances, which sell for more than the "concourse" figure, but they are extremely rare and would require extensive documentation.
EXCELLENT: Very nice condition. In fact, most casual observers would describe the vehicle as "concourse." "Excellent" cars show very little wear and are driven sparingly. Many are used as weekend drivers. Many older restorations fall into this category.
GOOD: Nice condition. Daily driver with minor cosmetic or mechanical restoration completed.
FAIR: Presentable condition. Runs and drives and will pass a state safely inspection. Generally in need of a cosmetic restoration, but not a "basket case".
POOR: Non-running condition or "clunker" running condition. Not safe for the road. These are commonly referred to as "beaters." Major cosmetic restoration needed.
Table 1: Base Value
Table 2: Option Values
2 Descriptions are based on those published in the February 1998 issue of Mustang Monthly magazine. In some cases, these descriptions have been altered to fit a revised category system, and may not necessarily correspond to the originally published category.
3 The terms used to describe condition may differ from those published in the February 1998 issue of Mustang Monthly. However, the description of condition and the corresponding value have been preserved as much as possible while being fit into StraightSix's revised category system. The values have also been adjusted based on an estimated annual inflation rate of 2.5%
4 Some values were derived from those published in the February 1998 issue of Mustang Monthly but have been altered to more closely reflect values observed in today's marketplace.
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