Ford 1918-1962 - 2020 Market Review

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Ford 1918-1962 market review 2020

Older US Fords remain popular and collectors are paying extra to own one. Most costly by a wide margin are the first V8 Fords, built from 1932-35 and headed for $100,000. Open top roadsters and phaetons in outstanding condition already realise that money.

| Buyer's Guide: Ford V8 & Mercury V8 (1937-1948)

Below them in the $30-40,000 price bracket sits a wide range of 1930s and more recent models including locally-built Customs and Customlines plus entry-level examples of the Crown Victoria hardtop. These in excellent order still make more than $50,000.

Anyone with a love of veteran machinery can still find T Models built 100 or so years ago and selling for less than $25,000.

Model T 1918-27 $24,460 [10]

Model A 1928-31 $36,415 [7]

V8 1932-35 $77,665 [3]

V8 1936-48 $33,900 [6]

Custom/Customline 1949-54 $32,070 [7]

Customline/Star (1955-59) $42,125 [4]

Crown Hardtop 1952-57 $36,000 [7]

Fairlane 300/500 1959-62 $32,200 [8]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

 

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