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    Looking for value of a 1974 Corona II.......

    Hello all I am new to this forum so hope I am posting in the correct area. I have a guy that wants to trade me a 1974 corona II in good original condition. Not sure the miles but it is a clean car. I can't seem to find any info on what it would be worth and I have been researching for a while now. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Need pics. 8)

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    I don't have pics he is an hour away but I did see the car. He told me it is worth a lot.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by matz445
    He told me it is worth a lot.....
    Yeah, 'cause he's selling it... :P


    NADA says for good condition...

    2dr Coupe: $1475

    4dr: $1400

    Wagon: $1500

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    haha he's talking like 15k!!

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    Yeah, he's insane. Run away quickly.

    A pristine RHD JDM import one isn't even worth that.

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    Thanks for the info I will pass! I didn't think it was all that special but thought if it was some ultra rare deal........

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    Someone sold a 1966 Corona for $36,000.
    But it had like 9,000 miles. lol

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    ha that is probably the one he saw so figured could base it off that.... :roll:

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    If you mean a 1974 Corona Mark II, what eventually evolved into the Mark II/Cresta/Chaser/Cressida line. Those are pretty rare and have nothing to do with that $36k RT40 Corona. But 15k is like top dollar for a 2-door. I have seen a cherry one offered for that on ebay, but I don't think it sold. Do with that information what you will.

    As with many old Japanese cars, you can't go with blue book value. Sure, if you're just looking for one as transportation, but people who know what they are will pay more (and sell for more) than bluebook.

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