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Default 65 K code coupe value?

I've got a line on a solid 65 Poppy Red K code coupe but I have no idea what a solid K code coupe is worth?
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If its a nice driver with original drive train ….. no more than 25K MAX in my humble opinion
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I agree - not fastback $$
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I agree - not fastback $$

There is a fast back as well, however it is a C code. THOUGH IT IS Probably worth as much as the K code coupe.
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K code is the king of dollars. If it is a very original car that has ALL of the original parts it would be worth 30 to 40k. The C code fastback could be worth a little less. K codes are solid lifter , dual point fully centrifugal distributor , manual choke , bigger harmonic balancer , nine inch rear end , better exhaust manifolds and were way better performers than A and C code engines.
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Depends on options to elevate it from "just a coupe" status, like GT package and Pony interior.
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K code is the king of dollars. If it is a very original car that has ALL of the original parts it would be worth 30 to 40k. The C code fastback could be worth a little less. K codes are solid lifter , dual point fully centrifugal distributor , manual choke , bigger harmonic balancer , nine inch rear end , better exhaust manifolds and were way better performers than A and C code engines.
Sorry but I totally disagree!
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